1. Maximise Space
Vertical Gardens are great for urban areas with little to no back yard space. By planting upwards, you can increase the number of species in your collection and reduce the odds of your partner complaining about tripping over yet another pot next to the pathway.
Hide away that ugly fence, air conditioner, *cough* neighbour *cough* with a vertical garden privacy screen.
Vertical Gardens are great for those with health and mobility challenges, as plants are raised off from the ground and are easier to reach (Save your back!)
4. Micro Climate
Whenever you plant succulents close together, you are creating a micro climate where each plant protects the others from severe heat, cold or any other undesirable elements. You are also creating a micro climate for the surrounding area - cool down a hot paved courtyard, or reduce the surrounding traffic noise of the area.
5. Eye Candy
Makeover the dreariest of spaces into a colourful wonderland!
Succulents are a fantastic choice for vertical gardens as they have the ability to live in shallow soils and can adapt to all types of environmental conditions. Select different succulent colours, forms and textures to make your vertical garden really unique and individual.