Along with the development of vertical landscape and the rapid growth of the property sector, encouraging landscape builder and plants to compete for orders.
Type of vertical landscape that is currently a trend is a vertical garden. many landscape builder now offers vertical garden because this gives a good profit.
Even consumers are free to choose who can make a vertical garden with good quality but low price / competitive. The increase in demand will certainly affect the price in the market players park.
Sometimes in order to pursue the advantage, people who have no background in the field of the vertical garden dare to offer a low price to get the order. this is very unreasonable.
Consumers who are usually new to the vertical garden are mostly more attracted to cheaper vendors without thinking about the future of the garden.
Sure, we can guess the consequences.
Only one year after the completion of work has often heard complaints from clients. whether it is a client who has installed a vertical garden either in his home, office, building, or other places.
They claim the plants do not match, the system is not good and others so negative vertical garden news easily spread.
This can be a bad for entrepreneurs in the field of landscaping because it will lead to the image that vertical garden is a very high risk and not durable.
Based on above facts there are some things we need to look at. Here is a reality that often happens in the field that can lead to the failure of the vertical landscape:
- Carelessness of the vendor in every step of the installation of the garden starting from the installation of structure, media, and how to plant.
- Lack of knowledge and experience of vendors in doing vertical garden business, starting from the selection of plant species, plant character, and knowledge of irrigation system.
- Poor after-sales service. believes that work is only completed after the project ends without thinking of regular maintenance and control afterward.
- Not providing the best service for consumers. such as poor selection of basic materials, choosing plants that are not old enough, and using the least expensive garden materials in the market only to gain excess profits.