If love for gardens could take you places, Spain is the destination to be in. Look around Spain and you get to see lots of green roofs and vertical gardens. Urban agriculture is climbing the walls in this European nation. Such efforts could also benefit city dwellers in such a way that they would be able to stay cool in the scorching summer season.
The latest in the line of urban gardens is a beautiful vertical garden located in the town square of San Vicente del Raspeig in the southeast of Spain. The garden on the facade of a new children’s library has been designed by architect Jose Maria Chofre. All of six storeys, the vertical garden brings to the fore a spectacular organic contrast to the urban complex and the surrounding angular concrete buildings, says Inhabitat.
Built of metal frames , the garden has been installed on a dividing wall between the library and an apartment. Plants have been inserted into the frame between two metal grids using synthetic felted material. The vertical garden boasts of various species of flora and herbaceous plants .