Climber plants: A German tradition
In the 20s the Germany architects chose brick façades decorated with ivy to improve the ecological conditions of the cities. This concept reached is highest popularity in the 80s and it is well-documented at at the library Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum in Berlin. An example is Paul-Linche-Ufer research center, a pioneer research project about the use of climber plants in the cities.
Picture by Marcus Lenk