Gallery: 7 Gorgeous Vertical Gardens That Bring Living, Growing Art to ...

A colorful vertical garden at the Balmer Parc Building at 445 Park Ave.
A colorful vertical garden at the Balmer Parc Building at 445 Park Ave.

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  1. Josyane December 6, 2014 at 1:29 am
    Des murs de plus en plus beaux. Marie christine et Laurent nous séduisent avec leurs créations et leur professionnalisme... De plus en plus je souhaite en avoir un chez moi... Continuez à créer toutes ces merveilles et vous ferez le bonheur de certains en égayant leur espace... C'est parfait mes amis...
  2. Greenhouse Stores November 25, 2014 at 7:21 am
    Who needs art on the wall when your wall can be alive with edible greenery like this. It seems architects are more and more considering the application of "living" surfaces for walls, roofs and exterior elevations. These kinds of texturing have a practical, as well as aesthetic use of course whereby the feature offers benefits going forward, therefore are more than styling gimmickry. With the advent of living styling and more vertical inner city greenhouse projects the future seems bright for urban dwellers as urban must no longer be themed in grey, rather leafy greens, tattoos and awful beards ! for greenhouses giving the joy of green stuff to eat pretty much all the year right round. Perfect.
  3. Wallpots August 27, 2013 at 10:06 pm
    Love it taking public or private spaces and transform them into beautiful slices of paradise. I consider this art and guerrilla gardening. For those that don\'t know what that means check this link
  4. Vitaverde March 29, 2013 at 10:46 am
    Gorgeous is the right word!