Filling with vertical garden plants
The filling of vertical walls with the species chosen for their decoration can take place substantially in two ways, depending on whether we use a climber that adheres to a net or a vertical wall made of metal cages. If we have to grow a creeper along a part, to which we will have previously fixed with a fisher a wire mesh, it will be substantially to place at the foot of this net the creeper that we want to grow. It can be placed large pots, or directly on the ground, being careful in this case to keep it slightly detached from the wall, so that the earth too dry and dry near it does not condition its development. It is therefore a matter of taking care of them according to the normal cultivation practices typical of these plants: from fertilization to irrigation and above all pruning, which must direct the development of the plant on the support provided: in a short time the wall will be covered by the tendrils and branches of the climber, thus forming a real vegetable screen. If, on the other hand, we are dealing with a terraced garden, we can directly build a vertical wall made of metal cages, covered inside with jute bags ... within which the substrate must be positioned. These cages can be placed one on top of the other and, if the internal jute lining is cut, a single plant can be placed in each one. The effect of a green wall will thus be obtained by combining all the plants present in the cages.