Flowerbox Vertical Gardens

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Flowerbox Vertical Gardens

100.00

I came across this innovative company at ICFF and thought you should know about it. Their 'Flowerbox' concept, which originated in France, is inspired by the vertical wall gardens of Patrick Blanc. Its concept re-interprets the 'green wall' by using essentially what are naturally preserved (eh hem, 'dead)' plants. This is a pretty great idea, considering vertical green walls are costly, and the opposite of 'green' in that they need a lot of water, maintenance, time, and money.  The concept, invented by Thibault de Breyne and Philippe Tisserand is apparently patented worldwide - was awarded a silver medal at the 34th International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva and are currently available in 22 countries worldwide with over 200 galleries in Europe alone. So to recap: they use naturally preserved plants, guaranteed for up to five years, and this system does not require water, soil, or sun. So now green walls have actually been made 'green'. Phew.

 

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