Plants that feel perfect in vertical gardens


  • A plant used in vertical gardens as a “background.”
  • It quickly grows and fills our green wall.
  • Regular pruning of the shoots should be remembered.
  • One of the best air-purifying plants.
  • It removes from the air:
  • formaldehyde
  • benzene
  • xylene
  • trichloroethylene.
  • It is the best and most durable plant for vertical gardens. It can withstand even short periods of drought.


  • It absorbs phenolic substances from the air.
  • Moistens the air.
  • It works perfectly in vertical gardens.
  • It is one of the best plants for use on green walls.


  • All species of ferns are considered very friendly to humans.

  • They negatively ionize the air, which promotes the creation of the right microclimate around us. This makes it easier for us to regenerate and strengthen our biofield.

  • Ferns emit a lot of oxygen, and when generously watered, they increase air humidity. They thus counteract eye, nose, throat irritation, and respiratory system problems.

  • They absorb formaldehyde and xylene.

  • Not every fern works well in every place, and sometimes you may need to replace it with a new one after some time. 


  • It is popularly known as the snake plant.

  • Experts working for NASA, while looking for ways to purify the air on space stations, discovered that it is the best potted oxygen producer.

  • It reduces the amount of allergens in the air. It effectively purifies the air from toxins by absorbing: formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, benzene, nitrogen oxides released from paints, varnishes, plywood, synthetic fabrics, printers, and exhaust fumes.

  • It also produces oxygen at night.

  • It is perfect for individual additions to the garden.


  • It releases a lot of humidity, making it an excellent choice for dry apartments.

  • It absorbs: alcohols, acetone, benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, and ammonia, and it does so very effectively.

  • It works perfectly as a single addition to the garden.

  • It doesn’t grow well in groups because it doesn’t cover entire pockets.

  • It often repeats flowering as one of the few plants

  • It’s an ideal plant to demonstrate the correct functioning of the watering system. When it lacks water, it wilts very quickly, but after providing it with water again, it recovers quickly.


  • It can absorb harmful chemicals from the atmosphere, such as sulfur compounds, carbon, formaldehyde, xylene, phenolic compounds, and combustion by-products that tend to accumulate in kitchens with gas stoves.

  • The primary advantage of this plant is that it doesn’t have high demands, beautifully decorates the room, and is excellent at capturing dust.

  • It protects against electromagnetic radiation.

  • When the air in the room is too dry, the tips of the leaves can become dry. Spraying with water or trimming them often helps in such cases.


  • It is a plant with excellent air-humidifying properties.

  • It also absorbs harmful substances from plastics and furniture:

  • ammonia

  • formaldehyde

  • benzene

  • trichloroethylene

  • xylene.

  • It effectively converts CO2 into oxygen.

  • It prefers humid air, so regular leaf spraying is recommended.

  • It is perfect for individual additions to the garden.

  • It doesn’t grow well in groups.

We invite you to see the projects using these plants in the green wall gallery. You can also explore how we use these plants on our profiles: Facebook Vertical Gardens and Instagram with Green Walls.