Some plants are more appropriate than others for the interior green wall. Beyond the aesthetic, the color of flowers, leaf shape… important technical factors are to be considered when selecting plants for a lush interior living wall.
All indoor plants can be grown on a plant wall, but some are very fragile or call for specific growing conditions (water needs, humidity, light).
An interior plant wall is ideally installed in a large bright room but can also be placed in a smaller space such as a bathroom or office. The key is to choose plants that will be satisfied by amount of light they receive daily. The trick to choosing the best plants for a living wall is to group together plants with similar needs.
Among the plants that can blossom on a plant wall:
Deutzia gracilis, Cistus parviflorus, sedum takesimense, Origanum laevigatum, delospermum nubigenum, Kerria japonica ‘picta’ Acanthus mollis, ixer stolonifera, euphorbia martinii, budleja alternifolia, Tiarella wherryi, Jasminum nudiflorum, Salvia microphylla salicifolius cotoneaster, hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ , Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Corsican Blue’ Vinca minor ‘alba’ Pyracantha ‘Orange Charmer’, ceanothus thyrsiflorus ‘repent’, convolvulus cneorum, ruta graveoleus, Origanum vulgare, Caryopteris x clandonensis, Escalonia ‘Donard Seedling’