If you’re down to see the world’s tallest vertical garden, head over to Quebec. The 213-foot green wall, called the Currents, has more than 11,000 plants of 42 different species and uses all its green power to better the air quality and view of the building.
Apart from being the tallest living wall, the garden is completely soil-free and has plants that are found growing vertically in nature—like alongside water falls or on tree branches.
Even better, the plants grow in panels made from recycled material which saved 1.5 million metric tons of plastic waste from landfills.
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