Is there a difference between a vertical garden and a vertical farm?



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    It depends. A vertical farm refers to vertical plantings that are used specifically for food production. This differs from a living wall, which has plants, soil and a water delivery system attached to it, but is not necessarily used for food. Another similar structure is a green facade, which has plants growing up the walls, but they are attached to the ground. A vertical garden is a little bit ambiguous in that it could refer to the a food-producing wall or just a decorative vertical garden (a living wall). If you want to be more specific about the type of structure you’re referring to, it might be better to stick to one of the other terms.

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