The recent trend of vertical gardens is becoming very popular as gardeners all over the world channel their inspiration to new heights of creativity and imagination. I wanted to inspire you to make something unique, yet something vivid and astonishing for your home interior, so for today I rounded up some vertical succulent gardens that will catch your attention for sure. The days of planting flowers in pots are gone; today vertical gardens are about showcasing vibrancy, colors and textures of flowers and plants in fresh new ways.
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This type of gardens are ideal for both small and large spaces, because they offer the ability to maximize space efficiently and artfully. Creating your own garden for your home can be as complex or simple as desired – you are only limited by your imagination. So, let’s take a look at the gallery below and get inspired! You may find the ideas interesting and fun and you will want to incorporate one in your space. Enjoy and have fun!
Fascinating Vertical Succulent Gardens
When choosing plants for your wall decor, it is also essential to take growing conditions into account. Succulents are low maintenance and require less water than the other traditional plants. When mixed succulents in different color and texture together with some other plants the results are magical.
Instead of framing a picture, why not a succulent garden? A succulent framed garden can add interest to any dull and forgotten wall. They will make it colorful, textural and far more eye-catching and beautiful.
Did you know that succulents originate from desert, semi-desert and steppe regions? During their evolution, they have adapted to environments that don’t offer much nutrients and have survived well in drought regions by leaves and stems into meaty, sponge-like structures that retain water.
So, what do you think about these ideas my dear people? Do you find them amazing and astonishing as I do? I felt in love with all these ideas and it will be difficult for me to choose just one vertical garden. I like the gardens with frames, but those that don’t have frames also look lovely and very unique. What about you? Which idea do you like the most and would you like to try to make for your interior? Share your comments with me! Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of your day and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer!