Famed biologist Charles Darwin spent decades trying to convince the world that one must adapt to survive, and those who do not adapt eventually disappear. Humanity today faces many crises that require improving our ways or being the goal of total and inevitable extinction.
While this sounds too apocalyptic in nature, the many climate summits around the world as well as the scientific data observed are evidence that our planet is slowly dying and that our industrial and household practices are only speeding up this process. So how can we stop the seemingly inevitable end of our lives on earth? The answer is vertical gardening.
As the name suggests, in vertical horticulture, various herbs, shrubs and other plants grow on the wall and not on the ground. The first noticeable benefit is the space saving. In particular, the cities that produce too much emissions to sustain their urban life have very little space that can be used for environmental and climate protection purposes. It becomes almost impossible to encourage people to take advantage of the precious little space they need to garden and grow plants when other urgent needs are met. If you follow gardening in a vertical direction, this problem is completely solved.
The energy used for irrigation can also be completely eliminated from the equation. Many buildings have come up with smart solutions that allow water to flow freely through the vertical gardens, saving the energy and manpower they would need to do traditional gardening. With this type of cultivation, gravity becomes your gardener! These plants can also be easily monitored for progress and research can be done to get better yields.