Hanging garden (cultivation)
- This article is about artificial gardens. For the natural garden plant community or vegetation type of the flora of the Colorado Plateau and Canyonlands region, see Hanging garden (plant community).
A hanging garden is a sustainable landscape architecture, an artistic garden or a small urban farm: attached to or built on a wall. They mainly found in areas where land is scarce or where the farmer is mobile or not permanent.
In contemporary use, hanging gardens are a green wall on a ground level facade, a balcony, a terrace, or part of a roof garden; of a home, or skyrise greenery with a residential, commercial, or government office building.
Prefabricated modular hanging wall garden systems have been developed and are on the market internationally.
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