India's Silicon Valley gets a seriously impressive vertical garden
Original story at Mashable• 4 mentions • 1 month ago
Mashable 1 month ago
Vertical greenery is a thing now. After China last month, India's Silicon Valley, Bangalore, now has a vertical garden.Local NGO SayTrees has set up the city's first organic garden on one of the pillars of a popular flyover.SEE ALSO: China's big, beautiful, green 'vertical forests' will suck up toxic smog Over 3,500 saplings from 10 different species have already been planted, according to a Facebook post by SayTrees. The organisation aims to cover all pillars of this 9-kilometer (5.5 miles) long flyover with such creatively designed green patches. Vertical gardens not only beautify a city and improve biodiversity but also ...