Know More About The Benefits Of Vertical Gardens

As cities become more crowded and dependent on apartment living, fewer of us have access to garden space. One creative solution to this has been the development of innovative urban vertical gardens. These gardens are a beautiful, space-saving, and sustainable addition to our cities.

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Vertical gardens don't just look good; they do good for the planet as well! They also help to reduce the carbon footprint of a building by filtering pollutants and carbon dioxide out of the air, which also benefits those living nearby as the quality of the air is improved. 

Exterior wall vertical gardens also help to reduce heat absorption, which can result in significant energy savings in areas where people rely on air-conditioning during the warmer parts of the year.

One more benefit of having a vertical garden that most people are not aware of is that it helps reduce the cost of energy. Both interior and exterior vertical gardens help cool the air during the summer months. The process is known as evapotranspiration. Evapotranspiration is when water is transported from the earth’s surface to the atmosphere by evaporation and transpiration.