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Solving Design Headaches: Why Artificial Green Walls Are A Much Easier Solution

Living walls, also known as green walls, are a popular choice for adding greenery to interior and exterior spaces the world over. However, they require careful consideration and planning to ensure the plants thrive. In this blog, we’ll explore the things you need to be wary of when looking at a living wall and why an artificial green wall could just be a better option.

  1. Plant Selection: Choosing the right plants for your living wall is crucial to its success. You need to consider factors such as light levels, temperature, and humidity to ensure the plants can thrive. Some plants may also require special care and attention, such as regular pruning or fertilizing. With an artificial green wall, you don’t have to worry about plant selection or maintenance, as the plants are artificial and require no special care.
  2. Water Usage: Living walls require regular watering to keep the plants healthy. Depending on the size of the wall, this can be a significant amount of water. This can be an issue in areas with limited water resources, where water conservation is a concern. Artificial green walls require no water, making them a more sustainable and eco-friendly option.
  3. Light Levels: Plants require light to photosynthesize and grow. Living walls need to be carefully positioned to ensure they receive adequate light levels. This can be a challenge in areas with limited natural light, such as interior spaces or shaded outdoor areas. Artificial green walls require no light, making them an excellent option for spaces with low light levels.
  4. Maintenance: Living walls require regular maintenance, including watering, pruning, and fertilizing. This can be time-consuming and costly, especially for large or complex installations. With an artificial green wall, there is no maintenance required, making them a more cost-effective option in the long run.
  5. Design Flexibility: Living walls can be challenging to customize, as they require specific plant species and arrangements. This can limit your design options and make it difficult to achieve your desired look. Artificial green walls, on the other hand, are highly customizable, with a wide range of plant species, colours, and textures available. This makes it easy to create a unique and personalized design.

In conclusion, while living walls can be a beautiful addition to any space, they require careful consideration and planning to ensure they thrive. An artificial green wall offers many advantages over living walls, including no plant selection, no water usage, no light requirements, no maintenance, and greater design flexibility. Consider an artificial green wall for your next project to create a stunning and low-maintenance green space. Get in touch with Vistafolia today to find out how.


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