What is Passive Vegetation?

Passive vegetation consists of the ornamental use of it both inside and outside the house.
Vegetación pasiva

This is the most traditional concept of the use of vegetation, ornamental use. The conception of gardens, developed in the 16th century in Spain, dates back to public spaces that included gardens or woodlands destined for strolls and horse carriages, developed in the 16th century in Spain.

In contact with vegetation

Gardens have been part of our daily life, whether in avenues, fields, parks, or ancient monuments. Each trend was followed by a new conception of landscaped spaces.

Given the current demand for vegetation, we can find hundreds of florists and dozens of plant nurseries in our cities. These businesses allow us access to any plant. Where to place it, how and in what way is what defines any type of garden.

The importance of a garden

Our vision is to bring a contemporary landscaped space forward, with a style that allows you to make the most of the exterior and interior spaces. Just as interior design focuses on finding the furnishings that suit your needs and tastes, passive vegetation aims to create a vegetal interior design.

We often believe that the garden is secondary, but if we thoroughly reflect upon it, there is no interior design magazine without a green element in its photographs. Plants enhance furniture and, if we were to choose between to homes, one with a garden and the other with a terrace with flooring, we might opt for a house with a garden, since a place where nature is displayed is always a sign of good taste.

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