Green Fence – A green fence is an arrangement of plants and other types that naturally remove the toxins and unhealthy contaminants present in the oxygen. Live fences can be made up of whole ecosystems or simpler plant configurations that thrive and help decontaminate the urban environment. Many live fences are located within properties, but can also be outside, as on the outer walls of buildings. Decide whether the hedge will be erected inside or outside a property.
A green fence will help in removing toxins from the air. Indoor air may be high in concentrations of pollutants and toxins, and given that many people spend most of their time indoors, this can have a major impact on their health. Outdoor live fences help improve outdoor environments and can be used primarily to reduce energy expenditure during the summer months. Choose plants and other appropriate organisms. Live fences are usually made up of plants that absorb and filter toxins in the air.
All plants are able to remove toxins, but some are more suited to filter out harmful organisms than others. Build a structure for the hedge. The fence will be primarily vertical but may have an area in the bottom that serves to store additional plants and an aquatic area. Assemble an air recirculation system. If the green fence is inside, the contaminated air in the house should circulate over or preferably through it.