My sister has just recently moved into an apartment in town to start at a new job she’s just been given. It’s great as I already lived in the city and now we get to see each other a lot more than we used to when she lived a couple of hours away. She’s a big lover of gardening – at her old place, both the front yard and the back yard were full of garden beds, flowers, vegies, trees both big and small – it was like a forest back there. Unfortunately for her, the new apartment hasn’t got that sort of space. In fact, she’s on the third floor and doesn’t have a backyard at all. I know how much a little bit of greenery means to her so I thought I’d do some research and find out some alternatives. I came across a vertical herb garden which seemed like a good idea. O2 Plant Walls is a great little business that specialise in the design and construction of vertical gardens, perfect for space-deprived apartments. I organised to have it installed on my sister’s balcony and she loved it! That little touch of green makes all the difference and I have to admit it really does look great.