Preserved vertical gardens: the advantages of a green choice


Preserved vertical gardens combine the aesthetical advantages of natural elements, making any space more beautiful and more pleasant, with practically zero maintenance and the ability to last for numerous years in perfect conditions.

The beauty of nature in preserved vertical gardens

The reasons why vertical gardens are currently enjoying so much success in the world of architecture are easy to understand. The beauty of these green creations, the possibility of bringing natural elements into indoor spaces in which it would not be possible to install more conventional green features, the well-being that derives from living or working surrounded by nature are certainly the main reasons behind this choice.

On the other hand, the need for maintenance, the concern that the creation may quickly deteriorate or that it may gather dirt or attract insects are among the most common obstacles encountered. And that is exactly why stabilised vertical gardens are so perfect: they bring all the benefits of vertical gardens into a space, without any of the disadvantages.

Benetti Moss, Izumi Restaurant - Adventure of Seas Vessel, Royal Carribean

Preserved vertical gardens: no maintenance, long-lasting life

Preserved vertical gardens are 100% natural: their greenery elements undergo a special treatment designed to allow them to remain unaltered over time, as perfect and beautiful as on the first day they were installed.


Benetti Moss, Arco 2.0 Duomo, Taormina, Italy

Preserved vertical gardens are able to crystallise the beauty of their natural elements, making the walls or ceilings on which they are installed a striking and unique feature 


Water is the only element that must be avoided. For this reason, preserved vertical gardens must be installed indoors, where they are not exposed to the weather, and, of course, must not be watered. Other than that, you may just fully enjoy their beauty for many years and forget maintenance.

First, dustpreserved vertical gardens have no electrostatic charge and therefore do not attract dust. As to the dust particles that are naturally suspended in air, all you need to do is occasionally use a light air jet to blow them away and prevent them from collecting, just like it happens on any other surface. Second, as they are made of elements that have undergone a preservation process, they are of no interest to insects, meaning that also this problem, which is often a concern for those who are thinking of installing a vertical garden, is no longer an issue.

Dust and insects are not a problem: preserved vertical gardens do not attract dust or insects and do not require any maintenance. Effortless beauty

As to their lifespan, preserved vertical gardens are able to last in perfect conditions for many years, always retaining their bright colours and natural appearance unchanged. Plus, for anyone wanting particular colours, it is also possible to create original compositions, for a contemporary design choice that is also a nodding to the world of art.