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Purify the Air with Indoor Wall Garden - Japanese Soil-Free Technology

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Did you know that NASA Space Agency grows indoor plants in the International Space Station to purify the air of toxins and improve the oxygen content?

The US National Library of Medicine published a finding that interaction with indoor plants help to lower stress and blood pressure as well (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4419447/)

However, keeping plants in the home requires daily care, and even so, might still perish to our frustration.

Now, the Japanese (maker of Suntory Whisky) have invented a Soil-Free method to keep plants indoors with minimal care and expensive floor-space.

The Soil-Replacement, called 'Pafcal' helps to,

1) Provide a much better condition than soil for the plant roots, which are their main life-line.

2) Reduce maintenance care drastically, resulting in 3.7 times of water savings.

3) Keeping your home clean, dirt-free, and worm-free.

Don't worry, you won't need to hack your walls, or install any water-piping, as our Vertical Gardens are completely independent and Plug-&-Play.

For a friendly discussion on installing a Vertical Garden in your cosy home, drop us an email at hello@midoriegarden.com or call/text/whatsapp me (Nicholas) at 9643 5202.

Do visit us at https://midoriegarden.com/pages/wall-garden-roof-garden.

Thank you.


Midorie Garden Team



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I agree, this is a very beautiful wall and I think it's a great idea for our office, I'll tell my boss. Thank you for sharing this beauty with us! This will not only purify the air but also create a favorable atmosphere in our office. And if we talk about me, I love plants very much and recently bought a house with a beautiful garden. But I still have a lot of work to do to make my garden look great. Moreover, I recently noticed that some of the fruit trees in my garden are infested with aphids. It's good that now you can find a lot of information on any topic on the Internet. So I found a blog (https://www.hobbyplants.com/how-to-get-rid-of-root-aphids/) where there are tips on how to get rid of aphids and cure plants.


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