The Elmich vertical garden system is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. They comprise of modular interlocking lightweight panels that attach to a mounted support system. The modules are UV resistant lightweight panels and are manufactured from 100% recycled plastics.
The metal support frames are fastened to walls. The support frame are manufactured from stainless steel with a powder coated finish.
Drip irrigation can be installed between each layer of the vertical garden modules. It also has the ability to capture overflow irrigation water, which may be discharged or recycled.
Each of the modules contain a geotextile liner into which is placed a suitable planting mix. This can include potting mix, sphagnum or polystyrene.
The modules come in both 150mm and 250mm depth. The downside to this is that they are going to stick out a fair way from the wall. This may limit some applications like indoors or narrow hall ways.
According to Rennovation Planning it’s cheaper than the hydroponic vertical garden systems and costs around $1000 to $1200 per square meter not including plants of designs.