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Vertical Garden, D.I.Y. Panel

Description from Flora Grubb Gardens

Build your own vertical garden! Literally hundreds of people who've seen our vertical gardens (succulent walls) have asked how to get the same purpose-built panels that we use so they can build one for themselves. Well, not wanting to keep a good thing all to ourselves (for too long anyway), here at last is your opportunity to do-it-yourself! The 20″x20″ tray contains 45 slanted planting cells to support plants and soil once mounted on the wall.

The system is modular so you can build a vertical garden in any design based on 20″x20″ square panels. It is a system for planting on a vertical surface that is outdoors (for indoor vertical gardens consider the Pocket Garden system). The set-up requires free drainage and can be irrigated using a garden hose – applying water to the plants manually (as we do it here in the Flora Grubb garden) – or the system is designed to accommodate a built-in irrigation line for automatic watering.

Our succulent walls were installed using panels planted with small 2″ succulent plants. These panels were grown flat for a few months to allow the roots to develop and grow in to the cells. Make sure you understand the conditions needed to support your plant selections – especially in terms of light and temperature. Typically we finish the installation with a simple wooden frame to create a ‘picture on the wall' look. The panels can be attached directly to the wall or to a wooden backing.

We're sure that creative folks will come up with their own plant combinations, designs, and framing. Perhaps a vertical meadow?

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