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http://www.ozbreed.com.au/tanika.html Learn how to make your own vertical garden with water wise plants such as Lomandra Tanika, Dianella Little Jess and Dianella Utopia. http://ozbreed.com.au/little-jess.html http://foliagefirst.bestplants.com.au/utopia.html Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodVertical Gardening Ideas, Green Wallscomo hacer un jardVertical Gardening! The Benefits and How to Get StartedPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsComo hacer un jard

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17 Comments

  • Madalin Celmare 1 year ago

    I like your idea.I would be interested to know what materials used in the wall, textil material?

  • manuel “mr” rincon 1 year ago

    hi, i wonder what kind of plastic is in the back side, and how many times do i must to water te garden per day? 

  • Peter Christensen 1 year ago

    can't hear a thing…

  • jhon brio 1 year ago

    como se llama el material de esa tela que aplico………… ¿?

  • Matt Chapman 1 year ago

    doesnt look very sturdy… $%&£ fall over when the plants gain weigh.

  • Pickwickind 1 year ago

    I might try felt moving pads from U-haul. they are cheep, large and made of recycled denim. They are not very thick but doubled up they should work. I might also add burlap underneath. Not sure if its necessary but it couldn't hurt.

  • steven miles 1 year ago

    The problem I foresee with this material felt, is the mildew and unhealthy fungi spores that flourish on these wet surfaces. I would be looking for a alternative material that can be easily power washed and given a fresh start annually. Something similar to that 2" thick black fiber meshed filtering used on furnace ventilation's.

  • Gartengestaltung Jaspers 1 year ago

    very nice and easy way zo make it.

  • Gartengestaltung Jaspers 1 year ago

    Very nice and easy Way

  • Andrius58 1 year ago

    or merely padding?

  • Adam Bevan 1 year ago

    @dotway Any luck in finding that kind of felt? The only way I can find it is if it's already a part of a larger system. Thanks!

  • EnviroZone Design inc. 1 year ago

    First..it is not a felt as we know it…
    @dotway We manufacture it in Canada. And make shipment worldwide..we also have different qualities. call us. ( EnviroZone Vertical Garden )
    @horseracingclips our Hydro-Felts are made with polyamide, no rot, no moist, no fungus…I have 10 years old vertical gardens here in Montréal, Canada.. absolutely wonderfull, I personnaly use the most resistant – re-enforced long lasting material we produce. 3-6 mm thick.
    ANY NEED.. info@envirozone.ca

  • ozbreed 1 year ago

    Long term results are important. What ever system used, the main thing is to get the plants right. As long as the potting mix remains, tough plants like Lomandra will keep going.

  • horseracingclips 1 year ago

    Um, the felt which is made of recycled clothing is surely going to rot over time. Also what effect do the dyes and other materials from the recycled clothes have on the plants. Anyone can just plant a wall make it look pretty. I want to see long term results.

  • dotway 1 year ago

    where can you obtain that recycled felt?

  • YouMockMe 1 year ago

    wow… that was great. Thanks!