A vertical garden featuring seven varieties of alpine plants remains vibrant throughout the winter at a home in Canada. The plants are grown on a structure called the "GroVert Living Wall Planter," which consists of 10 cells that are angled at 45 degrees to store water and soil. Vertical gardens can also be installed indoors, but irrigation, plant debris and the mess from soil need to be considered, said Dave Cherry from Ottawa's Job Done Construction.

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