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19/08/2008

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yardz

I think with most styles of vertical gardening there has to a system of trial and error where you are balancing the amount of water flowwing through the system without it flooding out. Once all sections of the wall are moist then gravity and capillary action should keep it in that codition with only a drip feed. The walls I've seen, such as the new one at the NEC Birmingham, have plants covering right down to the base and there was little sign of flooding.

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