What's the future of Vertical Greening?


Green walls are an increasingly popular feature in gardens and many benefits of larger systems still apply: they can be fed by stored rainwater, reduce airborne particulate matter and, to a certain degree, can help insulate the building to which they are attached. 

Green walls are, however, not always welcomed and there are frequently objections from people who have reservations about the amount of money that will be spent.But in the context of construction, the cost is minimal and the benefits are considerable. A green wall will protect the underlying structure from frost, sun and rain and will extend the life of the building.

To build a green wall,the vertical greening plant container will be needed.Vertical planting is an excellent use of space and can substantially increase the planting area in a small garden or roof terrace.
Vertical gardening technology has advanced to take in both the design needs of gardeners and the drainage and root-ventilation needs of plants.Large-scale green walls are built and maintained by professionals but for ordinary gardeners, cheaper planting pockets and modular systems are now available. These can be hung from house walls or attached to a fence.Just like our vertical greening plant container with features of high intensity, anti-aging, anti-corrosion, non-deformation, etc..

Foliage on or around a building acts as an insulating jacket which keeps the building warmer in winter and cooler in summer. This not only reduces carbon emissions but saves on heating and air-conditioning bills.There are also human benefits, such as improved mental health and reduced stress.In order to build Sponge City and promote ecological health, more and more vertical greening will be used in the future.

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