Vertical gardens require proper planning to thrive

11/16/2011 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Vertical gardens are increasingly popular because of their beauty, Betty Earl writes. But living walls can become unattractive if the plant's maintenance needs are not taken into account. Vertical gardens must have appropriate irrigation, plant and ecosystem choices, writes Earl, who offers two examples of success.

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