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Vertical Gardens: Going Green!

Considering the population in Tokyo and the close quarters, green spaces are not that common, so an intelligent and efficient land utilization is crucial.

These vertical gardens are an eco-friendly option and create a pleasant environment where cities and nature can coexist.

A proactive step to “green” the city!

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

You can also find them indoors. (Photos: Aoyama Flower Market Tea House, Gyre Building Omotesando, and Nicolai Bergmann Nomu Café).

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

The terrace at Tokyu Plaza in Omotesando, not a vertical garden but still a beautiful green space in town.

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

Vertical Gardens

So if you have a blank wall or bare fence that needs beautifying, you can create your own vertical garden.

Click here for a friendly tutorial (by CountryLiving.com)

All photos on this blog were snapped by me unless otherwise noted. If you see something you’d like to share, please be sure to provide a link back to this space. Thank you!

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