A French botanist creates incredible vertical gardens 5/8/2016 • jennavene Wilson
Meet Patrick Blanc, a talented scientist and true artist, who has traveled the world to decorate hundreds of boring concrete walls with his amazing vertical gardens!
Patrick install true symbols of life and nature right in the middle of modern metropolises. His comprehensive knowledge of botany helps him to choose the right plants, which are able to grow and survive in any kind of environment, such as tough desert climates of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. Patrick's works can now be seen in different parts of our planet, from Middle East to Australia.
Every green wall is a complicated structure. It's irrigated with the help of a special system created by Patrick. At the age of 18 he found the inspiration in the arrangement of a pump in his aquarium and created his first vertical garden. Nowadays his work is popular and in-demand all over the world!
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