Georgia is embracing plans to transform capital Tbilisi into an ecologically friendly city by introducing green streets and planting more trees and flowers in residential and office areas.
The latest part of this project was to introduce a vertical garden into the city.
The vertical garden will be planted on the wall of the building at 59 Aghmashenebeli Ave in Marjanishvili district, announced Tbilisi Development Fund today.
The wall of the vertical garden in Paris in full bloom. Photo by Yann Monel.
The vertical garden will be created within the Government-initiated New Tiflis project, which aimed to boost the economy, develop tourism and contribute to the well-being of Tbilisi’s residents.
Vertical gardens are typically built on a solid building that has a drip irrigation system installed to water the greenery.
A metal construction has already been built for the new vertical garden.
A metal construction has already been built for the new vertical garden. Photo by Tbilisi Development Fund.
The Tbilisi Development Fund said the vertical garden would be completed by the end of 2016.
This will be Tbilisi's second vertical garden as the first one is located in Avlabari district, at the entrance of Avlabari metro station.