“The Green Wall Vertical Garden Bottle System is an educational project designed to promote sustainability awareness.

The Green Wall is a hand-on workshop, a great school activity for preschool, middle school and high school kids. It is a great idea for community gatherings and sustainability awareness events. The bottle vertical garden in this video was built using 386 used plastic PET bottles, by children in Ben Gurion Elementary School in Givat Shmuel, Israel.”

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Teach kids to grow their own food and stop eating junk food. Use other type of pots if you’re worried about the plastic leaching. You can use standard grow pots and grow bags.


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The Green Wall – Educational Vertical Garden Bottle System Project — 7 Comments

  1. GOOD WORK I WILL START THE SAME PROJECT IN MY SCHOOL CHARERA SPECIAL SCHOOL.
    REASON LAND IS TOO SMALL FOR CONVECTIONAL FARMING.

  2. I will choose a ground cover plant from the site before I build. Now I will consider irrigation. Do you know anything about air crete. I am trying to introduce new consciousnes concerning leaving little, non,or a negative positive effect on the environment. I need to learn for example grant writing to not only fund but legitimize my dream of stopping the residential blight from consuming Iowa farm land. Please help thank you

    • Our blog has about 3,200 short articles about almost every type of sustainable building, including aircrete. We think aircrete is only slightly better than concrete. It’s still uses a lot of cement. There are much more sustainable options.

  3. I am building a aircrete dome home. I want a living roof. This article inspires me. 4 me nature is god! Thank you for your services! If you have any ideas for me,I will blessed with your knowledge. No leads to nothing,whereas yes always leads to creation. Elisa

  4. One drawback is vertical gardens or any type of garden that is raised up off the ground will dry out quickly. It needs to be watered regularly. I saw a downtown beautification program that ended badly because workers didn’t take care of it constantly.

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