Vertical gardens, or green walls, have become quite popular—both indoors and out—but there has been a lot of experimentation on what are the best-performing ones over time. In this episode of “Plant One On Me”, I pay a visit to Hort Park in Singapore, to see nine green walls to see their construction and analyze how they’re holding up over time!
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