If you think that vertical gardens can only make your façade look cool and beautiful, it is now time for you to know more that your vertical garden can do. As many of us know, vertical gardens serve as a building’s insulation tool aside from it being a landscape tool. CARA DE PLANTA, which means Plant Face, is a modular vertical garden that allows users to have it installed in ways of their choice because of its textile-based system. Through its natural air pruning processing, the CARA DE PLANTA allows roots to grow healthy without the worried feeling of root space shortage. As a modular gardening system, it will allow users to covers areas of all sizes.
Other exciting feature that users would surely love about it is the waterproof membrane it has, keeping the covered surface clean, stain and drip free. Therefore, the Cara de Planta will be perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. In addition, installing it is a no-brainer. Supports automated watering and compatible with any other substrate if soil is not available, thus is a perfect gardening system for any home.
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Source: Otra Arquitectura
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