Types of Green Living Walls

"Types of Green Living Walls"The best way to implement a green wall is to mimic Mother Nature and the escalating use of simple (or later) of plants. Establishing plants in the ground or in suitable troughs to the bottom of the wall to cover. The frame is attached to the wall, so that the plants “up” in order to provide the wall with this green coat. In nature there is often how these plants are established with other plants or rocks are formed naturally as his “climbing-frame”. In order to facilitate the process of building a number of existing systems, including wire frames, beams and steel cables. The use of each frame is controlled by the specific application, for example, grass can grow easily and fixed in the walls and on the side of the building, with minimal additional intervention.

Often, managers will be used to create a sense of growth or support different species of plants growing on the wall. Another easy way to introduce a blanket of green living wall is planted on top and allow growth to stay down. This is particularly effective in small, enclosed space (including the inner walls). Although the systems used to this type of green wall is generally more complex than climbing walls, final installation usually provides a more flexible solution in terms of aesthetics and functionality. Techniques centered around two major groups (though there are hybrid solutions).

The Hydroponically wall or without soil technique takes advantage of the fact that the plants do not need soil to grow. Soil simply provides mechanical support and root plants are only water (with minerals stored in the soil) is required (in addition to light and carbon dioxide from the air). Hydroponic growing systems generally vertical panels pre-designed before mounting a support bracket as increasingly specialized root. When the panels are transported to the completed and a frame attached to the side wall / door. Once installed, the plants will continue to grow and cover the structure.

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