For a vertical garden, it is better to choose plants with a developed root system that can support the weight of the leaves. The stem should be short or curly.
Here is a list of greens that fit these criteria:
1. Ampel plants. Their distinctive feature is their rapid growth both in height and in breadth. Alsobia, Bowiea, Clematis, Ceropegia, Cissus, Epipremnum, Spatifilum, Chlorophytum are perfect options.
2. Decorative grape varieties. Perfect decoration for the kitchen. Some of them bear fruit, although they are not worth eating, but they are quite suitable for decoration. Riverbank grape, Frost grape, Summer grape, and Catbird grape are the most popular types.
3. Small succulents and all types of mosses.
4. Edible plants such as watercress or spinach.
One of the factors influencing the choice of plants is the functional purpose of the room and the level of illumination.
If the wall is not placed in the lighted room itself, you can make up for this drawback with the help of phyto lamps. If you connect them to a timer, the light will turn in automatically.
The backlight must work at least 12 hours a day.