Plant wall types and their details

A plant wall is decorated to increase the beauty of the house In the last article, I told you about two types of plant walls; but what about the other kinds? There are many more kinds of plant walls than just two, so let’s take a look at the other ones out there and see what they can do for you! Let’s get started!

Why Plants Are an Ideal Wall Covering:

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Plants are an ideal wall covering for a number of reasons. They add color and life to a space, they help purify the air, and they can help reduce noise levels. Plants are also low maintenance and easy to care for. And, if you choose the right plants, they can even provide you with fresh fruit or herbs! Plants in your home have been proven to have some very positive benefits, such as reducing stress and improving mental health. In fact, there are studies that show green spaces such as parks and gardens actually improve cognitive functioning by up to 15%.

There are many different types of plant walls that people might consider using in their homes. A vertical garden is one type of plant wall that is often used indoors because it helps create privacy while adding lots of natural beauty.

Another type of plant wall is a hanging garden which is usually suspended from the ceiling or high on the walls so it will be well out of reach from pets and children who might cause harm to it otherwise.

Do Plants Really Help With Noise Control:

1. Living walls or vertical gardens are a type of plant wall.

2. They are made up of modular panels that support a variety of plant life.

3. They can be used indoors or outdoors.

4. Plant walls can help with noise control by absorbing sound waves and reducing echo.

5. They can also improve air quality by filtering out pollutants and releasing oxygen.

6. Vertical gardens are a great way to add greenery to your home or office without taking up a lot of space.

7. They can also help to create a more relaxing and inviting environment. Plants have the ability to boost productivity, provide you with some much-needed vitamin D, and make you feel happier. Plants have been shown to make people happier because they produce natural substances such as serotonin, dopamine, phenylethylamine (PEA), endorphins, and anandamide which give us feelings of calmness and well-being.

One Type of Plant Wall – Artificial plants:


Artificial plants are a type of plant wall that can be used to create a variety of looks. They are often used in office settings because they require little maintenance and can brighten up a space. Artificial plants come in many different varieties, so you can find ones that fit your style and budget. You can also get them pre-lit with LED lights to make them more attractive. It is possible to add leaves and flowers, which will add life to the look. However, these items are not included with the artificial plant purchase.

Mixed Type of Plant Wall – Floral: Floral arrangements work well as a type of plant wall for most occasions or styles. You can order floral arrangements from florists or supermarkets, but it’s important to check for allergies first before ordering.

Two Types of Plant Walls – Living plants:

1. Live Plant Wall – These are walls made up of living, growing plants. They can be either indoor or outdoor walls.

2. Artificial Plant Walls – These are walls made up of fake plants. They are often used as decoration in offices or homes.

3. Living Walls  These are walls that have both live and artificial plants on them.

4. Decorative Plants – Decorative plants are not actually for eating but for looking at.

 5. Creepy Plants – These are trees and other types of vegetation that grow low to the ground, such as ivy vines or kudzu.

6. Bamboo Fences – Bamboo fences typically have bamboo poles that run parallel to each other with gaps between them so they form a screen to keep animals out while letting light in.

Three Types of Plant Walls Live and artificial plants:

1. The most common type of plant wall is the living plant wall. These are made up of real, living plants that are potted or rooted in soil and then mounted on a frame.

2. The next type of plant wall is the artificial plant wall. These are made up of fake plants that are either made of plastic, silk, or other materials. They are often used in office buildings or other places where real plants would not be able to thrive.

3. The last type of plant wall is the moss wall. Moss walls are made up of real moss that is preserved and then mounted on a frame. Moss walls are becoming increasingly popular as they can add a touch of nature to any space. Most moss walls need to be watered regularly because they do not have their own roots. Additionally, it’s important to keep them out of direct sunlight because this can cause the moss to turn brown.


There are four types of plant walls: living, green, moss, and artificial. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks. Living walls require the most maintenance but are the most natural-looking. Green walls are easy to care for and look good but don’t last as long as living walls. Artificial plants require no maintenance but can look fake. It’s important to do your research before deciding which wall is best for you. Do you have pets or kids that might tear up your plants? Do you want something that will last a long time? How much effort are you willing to put into caring for your wall? These questions can help guide you when it comes time to make a decision about what kind of plant wall is right for you.