I’ve been dreaming of creating a vertical garden next spring – the only obstacles are that I currently don’t have the wall space or a green thumb. So until I overcome those hurdles I might just snatch up a few of these beautiful hanging tillandsia gardens, from San Francisco based Flora Grubb, which require minimal tender loving care. Baby steps . . .
(Flora Grubb Grape Wood Tillandsia $24; Flora Grubb vertical panel $79; last image from here)
so neat! What a great idea.
I don’t have a green thumb either, I’ve killed bamboo. But for some reason I have a few house plants that are flourishing and I got them from Ikea ha
Vertical green space is an amazing thing, especially when you’re short on actual garden space or living in the big city. It’s nice to know that even those of us who aren’t very plant saavy can still create a gorgeous, natural space to live in!
These are just beautiful. I love the “painting”. I wonder if it would survive the winter…
I’m with you (http://sisterdisco.com/2011/11/02/growth/)! Thanks for the new inspiration!
funny things! i approve 😀
ciao from italy! 🙂
oh my god brilliant.
stunning photos, just perfect
I love those wall hangings! They’re really cool, I’ve never heard of air plants.
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Such a beautiful idea! Immediately makes a room more peaceful.
I love these and the idea! Actually had a post on interior green walls recently (http://canoedesign.blogspot.com/2011/11/seeing-green.html) from a company called Woollypockets.
Love the photos!
Love the middle picture!
love all the picture….
Wow it looks great!