Vertical herb garden – You can plant your herbs and cooking herbs garden as the seeds are easy to get and growth does not need extreme care, the architecture and landscaping are constantly evolving; different techniques that when applied achieved beautify the environment, maximize the use of space and make it sustainably are incorporated.
A vertical garden is can thrive in a lightweight substrate with some kind of natural soil, or attached to specific synthetic fibers resistant and lightweight racks. There are basically two types of vertical herb garden. To be understood, we can have vertical gardens called hydroponic, in which the roots of plants grow in an inert medium, such as a nonwoven fabric of polyamide, polyethylene or polyester, rock wool and technical foams such as polyurethane and pleurae. These vertical gardens all nutrients are provided via irrigation and are to function properly for success.
The other vertical herb garden is the substrate, in which the roots grow into a porous artificial medium (armed) to a higher or lower percentage organic, prelate and peat lightened. The nutrients can also contribute via irrigation in varying percentage, but are not as essential to the operation by the minimum holding capacity it has.