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Vertical Gardens Care

The Beauty and Benefits of a Vertical Gardens for Your Indoor garden

Vertical gardens – also known as green walls – are as beautiful as they are beneficial to any space. While the obvious benefit of a vertical garden is its ability to provide an aesthetic stimulation, there are many other reasons why you should consider a vertical garden for your indoor garden.

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Vertical Garden Care

Regardless of the type of vertical garden you get from us, your new landscape will require regular maintenance. In fact, maintenance is often required for a system warranty.

As part of our overall service, Terra Garden provides customized maintenance solutions for our vertical gardens. No two indoor gardens are the same, which is why it’s a challenge to suggest certain generic guidelines for care. Your best approach toward overall care is to work with indoor gardening professionals, such as Terra Garden, who can ensure that your landscaping system continues to thrive for many years.

Basic vertical garden care

As part of the basic care for your vertical garden, you or your contractor should:

  • Provide ongoing pruning to trim dead leaves and other plant materials
  • Fertilize your vertical garden
  • Add replacement plants as needed

In the early stages of your vertical garden

When you first get your vertical garden, the plants will begin to fill in the wall for complete coverage. During this time (known as the establishment period), the potential for weed infestation is at its greatest. This infestation can be kept under control with regular inspections.


Regular vertical garden care with Terra Garden

We provide vertical garden care built around your schedule and needs. We can provide weekly, bimonthly, monthly, or even quarterly maintenance and conduct checkups to ensure that your vertical garden is healthy and looking its best. This includes monitoring and adjusting irrigation, pruning, wedding and ensuring growth is occurring at a healthy rate.

Contact Us To learn how we can design a vertical garden for your home, building, office, or public space.


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