We just love vertical gardens, and judging by all the response we get to the ones here in the store, so do you! Many people want to grow a vertical garden indoors. There are several easy ways to set up an indoor vertical garden: Woolly Pockets, Thigmotrope Satellite (available both in-store and in our Web Shop), and vertical tray gardens (available in-store only).
ABOVE: A “Wally One” Woolly Pocket planted with lavish tropical plants complements this simple scene.
Here you can see the ingredients for the upper garden before installation: a “Wally One” Woolly Pocket and philodendrons, begonia, bromeliad, and wire vine. You can see the corner eyelets used for mounting the pocket on the wall. Read more about Woolly Pocket gardens.
Thigmotrope Satellite is a beautiful tool that you can use to create your own vertical garden using tillandsia air plants. We invented it! See a simple vertical garden Flora designed with it below.
Use a fleet of Thigmotrope Satellites to implement your own vertical garden design in hard-to-reach places: that bright wall in the living room, under a skylight, or next to the kitchen window. Add tillandsia air plants, place in bright natural light; you can easily remove the plants to water them periodically or rearrange them. Thigmotrope Satellites couldn’t be easier to mount – wherever a screw goes.
Our own invention, it was designed by Seth Boor in collaboration with Flora Grubb. It is made in the San Francisco Bay Area and available only here at Flora Grubb Gardens and in our Web Shop. Read more about Thigmotrope Satellite.
ABOVE: The cork Tillandsia vertical garden. Purchase it on our Web Shop.
ABOVE: Create a floating home for your Tillandsias in our Tetrahedron Hanging Sculptures.