Sage Living Wall in my Kitchen

I've loved the look of living walls both indoors and outdoors, and have seen various DIY versions which looked difficult to build, heavy and hard to maintain. Plus, keeping the soil actually in the garden wall looked complicated as does trying to watering them. I was recently introduced to Sage Living Wall, a Chicago based company that specializes in large indoor wall gardens in restaurants. They've recently expanded to make their product more accessible to people who want to add garden walls in their home or business on a smaller scale. They've create 10x10 framed vertical gardens cartridges in either herbs, succulents or ferns. One standout feature of Sage Living Wall is instead of using soil, their product uses 'rock wool,' which helps retain moisture between watering.

Sage Living Wall sent me a 10x10 framed garden to try and in my home, and give won away to my readers! Very nice of them right! I love the ease of succulents and decided on a succulent garden for my kitchen. Sage Living Wall frame can be hung on the wall, placed vertically on a table as a centerpiece or placed on a frame. I love the modern look of placing the garden on the frame on my kitchen counter. 

I love the wood frame the cartridge sits inside, the warm wood tone along with the succulents are a happy edition to my home. I know as the plants continue to grown in its going to look even more amazing. 

I've had my garden wall for a few weeks and per instructions on Sage Living Wall, I water my plants every 10-14 days. To water my plants, I simply remove the cartridge from the wood container and place the cartridge in the sink and water the opening side.

After watering my garden, I wait around 15-20 mins then I place the cartridge back inside the frame. 

I'm loving this new addition in my kitchen! Make sure you stop by Wednesday and enter for a chance to win your choice of a Sage Living Wall 10x10 Garden in either herbs, succulents or ferns. 

PS:My friends over at Sage are giving Chic Little House readers 10% off purchases from 9/16-9/21/10 use code CLH10 at checkout.
What do you think of indoor garden walls?