BIOWALL Vertical Gardens

Biowall Vertical Gardens are made using durable,  longlasting,enduring and Better performing felt Materials. Vertical gardens made with felt planters last upwards of 20+  years.BIOWALLS are the best vertical garden systems.Its Great to create the best and the largest vertical gardens and green walls in India.

Healthy Spaces

A number of studies have shown that plants in the workplace reduce sick days and increase productivity, and everyone knows that greenery always makes a home more inviting.

Aside from being pleasant to look at, plants fill our rooms with fresh oxygen. Also, greenery symbolizes food, health and life, which we feel deep in our subconscious. Since most of us work and live in urban areas and we spend the vast majority of our time indoors, barren interiors can be softened and reinvigorated by the feeling of abundance offered by plants and the use of vertical gardens.

Cleaner AIR By Vertical gardens

Vertical Garden Walls provide an exciting new platform to fill with plants. The creative possibilities areendless. You can create a variety of illusions such as glimpsing a jungle,enjoying the views of a cliffside lush withfoliage, or of sitting near a formal garden. That feeling of freshness is not just a pleasant sensation. It is measurable. Plants not only transform carbon to oxygen, but the soil removes toxins from the air. Millions of active organisms in every scoop of soil neutralize toxins when the microbiology converts VOC’s into nitrogen, which is vital for plants. Using this ancient symbiosis to improve our modern world keeps us thriving and healthy.

Urban Oasis

In a beautiful irony, cities and urban areas provide more surface area per square foot to grow plants than even our majestic countrysides. Inside and out, our walls can be filled with plants, creating a complex and biodiverse oasis in even the most densely populated areas. Native birds and animals will flock to join us in our urban centers, reconnecting us with nature in thousands of ways. Edible plants and fruits will be plentiful, a harvest at arm’s reach.

Biovertical Verical Planters

Growing a living wall Vertical Garden is easy with Biovertical Vertical Garden Planters. Our handmade planters are designed to use the micro fibers in PET felt to water plants equally. The felt is made from recycled plastic bottles, a nylon and nontoxic fiber that is practically indestructible.This amazing material provides a safe growing medium that is pH neutral and nonreactive, so you can garden organically right on your wall. It’s even safe for vegetables and herbs!Roots grow right into the vertical garden felt, which comes alive thanks to the microbiology in the soil.

Root Wrappers

Biovertical Vertical Garden planters come with our custom RootWrapping system. It lets you change and rearrange your living wall at will, while maintaining the integrity of every plant in its own soil.

Biovertical Makes Vertical Gardens Easy

Growing in synthetic felt allows unlimited possibilities. In the 1970’s, a famous Parisian designer planted some of the longestliving, largest and most gorgeous living walls to date, which are still thriving. They grow in synthetic felt, which is ideal for breathability and allows for fully mature root development. Biovertical has taken this concept and added pockets created from the same material for ease of installation and plant replacement.

Using a Little Soil Makes Vertical Gardening Much Easier

We created the pockets to accommodate only a handful of soil. The soil balances pH and introduces microbiology to let nature do its work and bring the felt alive. It is crucial to use synthetic materials that don’t dissolve.

What's Wrong with Small Compartments or Planter Boxes

Hard or nonbreathable plastic systems restrict root growth and eventually kill plants. Our felt pockets encourage root growth for a full life cycle.

Very Large Vertical Gardens

With a bolted attachment, our Biovertical planters can be used at any height. Biovertical is made from recycled PET and is virtually indestructible. Once it is planted and has time to grow, the root material makes it a permanent living membrane.


Not all plastics are the same. PET plastic is a nonreactive,nontoxic plastic, which is why it is used for anything from milk jugs to water bottles. Trace amounts of toxins are known to emerge from PET, but soil microbes break down those complex molecules long before they reach plant roots. We chose 100% recycled PET felt fibers for our Biovertical vertical garden frames, turning unused water bottles into something useful. Additionally, plants grown in this material absorb carbonfrom the atmosphere, making Biovertical a ‘carbon absorbing’ product over it’s lifetime.


It is very important for the vertical garden to be interactive so that it can be modified as needed. Like any garden, there are unpredictable changes in climate, exposure, pests, or plant disease. Rootwrapped plants are easy to change out when the need arises.


 The major drawback of theslitandstaplemethod forvertical gardens is that large planted areas often do not take. It is very difficult to add newplants to fill in these spaces.


The Biovertical pleatedpocket design makes it very easy for any gardener to remove the problem plants and tuck healthy starts into the existing pockets. It also allows caretakers to replace the dead foliage with the plant types that are thriving. Starting with a biodiverse selection allows you to experiment with many plants and minimize the failures. You simply add more of what works.



Bright indirect light is an indoor tropical favorite. The plants will reach for the light and aligntheir leaves to the source, making a perfect display. Direct light can be workable if it is limited to a few hours a day.


Lowlight tropical plants require a minimum of 150 footcandles of illumination, which is best achieved with a track lighting system. Halogen is ideal for many plants because it provides a wide spectrum of light. Metal halide and fluorescent lights are also excellent. New LED lights may also work for some situations.


A deck with full day of sun is perfect for growing herbs and vegetables and flowers. Partial sun is great for lettuce, ferns, succulents and most other plants. Ferns also do well on shady walls.


A light meter should be part of your tool kit. They are easy and inexpensive. Indoor tropicalplants need a minimum of 150 footcandleto thrive. Direct sun provides 10,000 foot candlesand will burn most indoor plants, while herbs and vegetables flourish in such conditions. Test the area you want to plant and add supplemental lighting or shade if necessary. Explore the internet to learn more about which plants you should choose for your installation.


Biovertical planters are intended for watersafe areas. Generally, water will remain within the unit, but there is always the chance of some dripping. Use common sense when placing the unit and follow instructions carefully


Daily watering along the top row is required when using Biovertical planters.most situations, we recommend connecting the planters to an automatic irrigation system. A simple drip tube across the top which is set to water twice daily for 30 minutes will provide adequate moisture for most situations. Recirculating systems are more waterefficient, with a tank, pump and timers set to run onceaday for 30 minutes for most situations.


We highly recommend light fertilizing for vertical gardens. We suggest using an organicbasedfertilizer (we prefer Maxsea) to minimize salt buildup and promote active microbiology. You can easily install an injector to your irrigation system, or you can fertilize by hand with a sprayer. For recirculating systems simply add fertilizer when you top off the water tanks.


Flowering annuals are an excellent choice for seasonal plantings. In early spring, Biovertical pockets can be planted with small starts, seeds and cuttings for a dazzling display of color all summer long. When growing season has ended, the Root Wrapped plants can be removed, cleaned and stored for next year,along with the lightweight Biovertical panels.


Full sun, part shade, or full shade are standard considerations when you select plants, but your local environment is also important. For example, some indoor tropicals require a certain amount of shade, and won’t respond well to abrupt temperature changes. Once again, talk to someone at your local nursery.


It’s fun to try many different types of plants to learn what does best in your environment. It’s a quick and interesting way to grow a garden that is exquisitely refined for both your sense of beauty and your room. Simply remove the failures and replace with the species that are thriving.


Each pocket can be home to many plants clustered together. Use Root Wrappers to create a minigarden in each pocket. Add cuttings,bulbs and seeds and enjoy seeing what emerges. You might be surprised to discoverwhat thrives in your specific conditions!



  • Observethe plants
  • Notice if plants look wilted Or if they have faded leaves Orshow rotting bases or browned leaves
  • Also notice if they have new buds or have made new roots.


  • Add plant food to the Feeder  Observe plant health and adjust water timing if necessary
  • Remove dead leaves
  • Remove dead plants and replace
  • Clear drain of any debris

Every 3 Months

  • Clean the filter
  • Use ladder to visually check drip emitters