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FAQ - Here are answers for some common questions.

General Questions

A: We would be delighted to help you, please contact us directly and we can arrange the shipping details for you.
A:We have a wide range of plants that adapt for different lighting conditions. We choose and install based on your lighting conditions of your place.
A:Of course you can fertilize to your plants. Once a month, fertilize your plant to give it the nutrients it needs. Simply add a water-soluble indoor plant fertilizer to your water-soaking routine, using half of the recommended concentration.

Vertical Gardens

A:Water timing varies drastically with each install.Testing and careful observation is required throughout the life of the wall to adjust to varying conditions and plant types. Water schedules can be anywhere from one hour 4 times a day to 3 hours once a week. Typically start with 30 minutes twice daily then adjust accordingly.
A:Vertical gardens can be grown indoors in waterproof prepared areas. Water collection trays at the base are needed to drain away excess water.
A: A single irrigation line at the top is typically required. You will notice each bottom fold of each pocket will become moist. Therefore it is required that you wrap each plant long and flat so it will touch the very bottom of each pocket.To prevent plant dry-outs:
  1. Make sure the wrapped plant is touching the bottom fold of each pocket.
  2. Use a soil mix that will easily absorb water.
  3. Hand water dry plants daily with a hose and sprayer until the soil mixture has decayed enough to conduct moisture.
  4. Run the irrigation more frequently and for longer periods at the beginning to get the moisture flowing properly throughout the system.
A:Yes. Vegetables and herbs work great. Choose the tomatoes and make sure they all have full sun. Lettuces also are great because they are off the ground and away from pests and rodents. Just be sure to use a light fertilizer each time you water.

Poche & Table Top

A:Yes, we have a 5 year manufacturer's warranty on our Poche Pocket living wall planters. These products must be used to specifications and not modified in any way. Please contact gogreen@gaardenwalls.in with any construction issue(s). Please include order number (if possible) and photos of your issue.
A:While this depends on the application, for general home consumers, the answer is usually no. Irrigation is wonderful for professional, permanent, and/or large installations, but when hanging a dozen or less planters, itís quite easy to water by hand. Please contact us for specific irrigation questions.
A:We recommend a moisture control potting soil ie coco Peat. Ground soil is too heavy and will become hydrophobic quickly, often resulting in potential run off and/or lacklustre plants.


A:It's similar to Japanese Kokedama in the sense that it takes presentational aesthetics outside of the box by allowing the plants grow in a ball of soil held together by moss and string, but string gardens take this Japanese tradition a step further by suspending these little green worlds in the air.
A:Yes you can cut off branches/leaves if they get too big. Make sure you cut it near a new shoot/branch so that it will continue to grow.
A: Kokedamas are generally placed indoors away from direct sunlight however, a filtered sunlit area is also suitable. Your ball will dry out quicker and require more regular watering if placed in sunshine or in a breezy spot.Kokedamas can be suspended with string and you can create a groovey "string garden" using multiple balls hung at staggered heights.Alternatively, they can be placed on a shelf, on your desk at work, on your favourite saucer or bowl. The options are endless.
A: They sure are! This means your kokedama will vary slightly from what is pictured on the website, as of course no two plants are identical. It also means you can cherish that it was custom made just for you.
A: Dry or browning leaves are usually a sign that your plant is too dry. Perhaps it is placed too close your heating system or your apartment is particularly dry and lacks humidity. Or is it in direct sun? When watering your Kokedama try soaking it for a little longer and see if you notice any improvements. While you are at it, considering increasing how often you mist your Kokedama. Misting helps to produce humidity, which is often lacking in central heated apartments or air conditioned offices. Don't forget that the leaves of most plants like a little mist every now and then too.

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