A vertical garden is a technique used to grow plants on a vertically suspended panel by using hydroponics. These unique structures can either be freestanding or attached to a wall.
Vertical gardens are a wonderful alternative to potted plants in the office/home space. vertical gardens there is only one large panel to maintain, and it will provide a lush pop of color to any environment. Vertical gardens go by many different names: living green walls, live walls and moss walls just to name a few. Whatever you want to call them, these vertical structures of plant life can be as small as a picture frame or as massive as a 60 ft wide masterpiece. Vertical gardens can be placed in hotel lobbies, major corporation headquarters, or even a small residential backyard, apartment balcony. Vertical gardens not only look impressive, but will also make you feel more comfortable in your environment by tapping into nature’s inherent calming powers.

Indoor vertical gardens : Vertical gardens not only create a wonderful centerpiece to your interior space, but they help the natural airflow to your environment. These gardens can be made up of many different types of plants. Vertical gardens are also very space efficient and can fill up any empty space on a wall.

Plants also help to reduce noise pollution which creates a quieter work environment for building occupants. Many people are exposed to a lot of harmful air chemicals. Vertical gardens work like a natural clean air system and promote a better breathing atmosphere and a healthier environment overall.

Exterior vertical gardens : Many buildings and pillars under bridges around the country have vertical gardens installed on their exteriors. Many exterior gardens contain moss, creepers and other plants are often used on vertical gardens installed outdoors. Exterior vertical gardens have the advantage of having natural direct sunlight that makes them thrive

Exterior vertical gardens also give buildings great protection and insulation from temperature fluctuations, UV radiation. In the summer, exterior vertical gardens helps cool the air around it.


An enhanced vertical garden system (VGS )that is modular and scale able with every 3 pots – vertically and horizontally, is an economical vertical garden; which is easy to maintain and enhances aesthetics.
The innovative VGS comes in an 18-inch strong frame made of polypropylene which can be easily fixed on a wall or structure. Besides providing support for each pot, the frame also has a snap-in and snap-out mechanism for pot installation that also allows for easy pot replacement when needed Empty pots nested in to each other makes transportation and storage easy. With option of three different pot sizes, varying plants can be given soil anchorage in accordance to the plants’ requirements. VGS, stays lush in foliage and greenery with these easily replaceable

The system is ideal for seasonal flowering plants display and it can be easily replaced with other succulents and plant varieties with each passing season.
Its versatility allows the user to create circular towers or curved walls giving room to accommodate the creativity of the landscape designer or architect.

The irrigation system and seamless drainage structure, makes the maintenance easy. This minimizes plant decay from overhead water flow saturation. Whether installed as a vertical garden outdoor, or as a small greenwall in the home or at the office, or on the façade of a building, thE VGS is anticipated to be “The greenwall” of choice for many user.

  • Flexible system
  • Modular system allows vertical & horizontal expansion
  • Instant greenery created without space constraints
  • Rapid construction & plant installation
  • Can be installed indoors & outdoors
  • Drip Irrigation
  • Minimal framework required
  • Easy to create planting patterns
  • Easy to maintain
  • Individual drainage
  • Frame Size : 470mm X 160mm
  • Colour : Black
  • Material : Recycle Polypropylene (PP)
  • Ultra Violet rays (UV) Stabilized
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Our Project Development team has years, of installation experience, including Green Wall installation expertise.

The process is similar to this:

  • Protection of all floors and surfaces
  • Install frames
  • Install irrigation controller and hardscape
  • Install pre-planted panels
  • Test the irrigation system of the living wall construction


Vericlone Green Wall care begins after installation. Our living wall maintenance program is one of the most comprehensive in the industry. We know that optimal functionality of the Green Wall irrigation and drainage systems requires regular maintenance. The plants require frequent inspection for feeding, pruning, dead-heading, weeding, and replacement when necessary.

Since maintenance is critical to ensuring long-term beauty and survival, we include one-year maintenance with every Green Wall Panel installation.


Green walls are a surefire way to enhance a building’s visuals, improve air quality. Over the past few years, a notable increase of urban-living seekers has led to a considerable uptick in air pollution and loss of green spaces.
Green walls are a wonderful solution for any property interested in improving their space with intrinsic benefits of nature. Living green walls infuse the dull expanse of interiors with life-renewing greenery. They offer an inspirational and aesthetically intriguing natural boost to employee morale. Whether they are installed on the exterior or interior of a building, the structures of living, breathing plant life create the “wow factor” so many interior designers seek while championing sustainability.

Unique Appearance : Whether you are looking at adding a vertical garden on your property or in your business, you can expect the final product to make a strong visual statement. And, when used wisely, you can actually use a living wall to draw attention to a space that may otherwise blend in. For example, a business could surround their exterior logo and other signage with attractive greenery, using the plant wall to draw the eye in and potentially attracting new customers.
Homeowners can enjoy similar benefits, especially when it comes to improved property values and making an impression on potential buyers

Stress Reductionamet : Being able to view greenery has been shown to reduce stress levels in most individuals. Plants also have the ability to improve a person’s sense of well-being and lower levels of anxiety. Some people even experience lower blood pressure, a benefit that can be enjoyed by those with or without a diagnosis of high blood pressure. This means that adding a living wall in your workspace or home environment can make you feel more relaxed, leading to increased productivity.

Improved air quality : Living green walls are natural air-filters, creating a cleaner, more invigorating work environment that will lead to better overall health. Officer workers are often exposed to air toxins in their work environment green walls metabolize harmful toxins while releasing oxygen into the workplace air, much like office plants but on a much larger scale.

Energy cost reduction : The interior and exterior living green walls function to cool the air in the warmer summer month’s .The winter months see the added advantage of building insulation thus reducing energy costs for heating the building.

Noise level reduction: One of the lesser known benefits of living green walls, the structures can reduce noise levels in buildings. Plants have been used, throughout the world, to reduce noise along roads and highways. Living green walls expand on this concept as vegetation ‘naturally’ blocks high frequency sounds while the supporting structure can help to diminish low frequency noise.


Although green walls can be customized for each installation, there are plants that we use on a regular basis. The most common green wall plants used in all of our systems are:

  • Aglaonema - plants such as Green Lady, Silver Bay and more
  • Epipremnum - also known as Pothos Philodendron - vining and non-vining varieties
  • Dracaena - such as Lemon Surprise, Dorado, Green Jewel and Jade Jewel
  • Spathiphyllum - sometimes just called "spats"
  • Syngonium - in particular Nephthytis in dwarf varieties
  • Calathea
  • Marantas
  • Ferns - a number of varieties work well in Green Walls
  • Schefflera arboricola
  • Ficus repens - sometimes referred to as creeping ficus
  • Pilea
  • Crotons
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We can offer a number of different green wall systems both big and small to suit a variety of needs. Once we install a Green Wall system, we also offer services to maintain that system so that you can enjoy the benefits of plants without having to worry about the maintenance involved. The first step in the process is to contact Vericlone and tell us about your requirements and the type of Green Wall system you're interested in.