Vertical gardens are a part of human existence since the year 500 BC., When King Nebuchadnezzar II built the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, to cure homesickness that troubled his wife Amitis. The therapeutic effect of gardens and gardening practices have also enjoyed long-standing Eastern philosophers. Vertical gardens offer modern people the opportunity to develop the necessary and almost lost touch with the ground, regardless of whether they live on the ground level or on the fourteenth floor.
Indoor residential vertical gardens. The following images show the home office of the world famous botanist and Father Patrick Blanc’s vertical gardens. He is depicted standing below in the foreground of one of his most famous creations of green – the walls of the European Parliament in Brussels. Balance skill evident in the large-scale production of horticultural plants.
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