Plant Species Guide for Wall Gardens
With Wallgarden designed to grow plants more naturally. Unlike other vertical garden systems, you can grow a huge number of plant varieties, whether using 6 inch potted plants or seedlings. Now, if it grows in a pot, it can grow in a green wall. And if your thinking edible vertical wall gardens, Wallgarden loves nearly all herbs and vegetables too!
Check out our species guide below for inspiration when creating your new vertical garden! If you have some plants suggestions you think would look good on our list, Click Here to Contact Us
Tall, large-leaved lilyturf offers spikes of violet flowers
Cane-like branches topped with airy compound leaves that are blue-green in color
Hardy, evergreen vine. It attaches itself to various surfaces by aerial rootlets.
Many strap-shaped leaves arise direct from the rhizomes to form thick clumps
Dense tufted plant with slender foliage which can vary in colour
Rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub grown with glossy green foliage
Flax Lily Varieties
Upright grassy foliage consisting of blue, pale or deep green strap-like blades
New Zealand Flax
perennial with attractive strap-like leaves of various colours
Lily of the Nile
Tall stems topped with clusters of showy violet-blue, purple or white flowers
Dark green to gray green needle-like leaves with small blue flowers in spring/summer
Santa Barbara Daisy
Silvery-green foliage that covers itself with yellow-centered daisies
Blue Rock Bindweed
Beautiful purplish blue or pink morning glory flowers with dark or grey green oval leaves
Slender, upright stems topped with spikes of densely clustered, violet-blue flowers
Long, palmately cleft leaves with brightly coloured flowers
Glossy leaves with star-shaped, creamy white flowers
Clivia Miniata (Belgian Strain)
Bell-shaped, orange or yellow blooms above broad, strappy, dark green foliage.
Produces rosettes of ruffled, oak-shaped leaves of light green.
Upright rosettes of lobed oblong leaves with creamy white flowers late in season
large leaves with fleshy edible stems
Rosette of thick, lobed leaves that may be flat and smooth, wavy or wrinkled.
A dense upright cluster of hollow pale green leaves that rise from a bulb
A fan of narrow, tapered, gray-green tubular leaves with tall flower stems in summer
Handsome, paired leaves, which are often arranged in striking geometric patterns.
Fleshly leaves that form rosettes close to the ground or occasionally atop stems
Gray-green, finely hairy leaves with small bright purple to white flowers in late spring
Round, dark green leaves, bears loose whorls of tubular flowers in pink and white.
Bushy plant that produces long, soft, gray-green leaves
A rosette of bright green, flattened or curly leaves
stems are square and lined with leaves in pairs opposite to one another
Bottlebrush of fine, cylindrical foliage and becomes topped with pink flowerheads