The new Garden Gate will be made up of 1,680 plant types, perfect for eradicating those everyday, airport stresses. Plants are said to brighten, de-stress and purify the air around them.
This wall will be found at Gate 35, Terminal 3 and will stand almost two-metres tall and roughly 2.5-metres wide.
The hanging garden will be tested for six months, and, if it’s satisfying angry travellers, then more of these floral feeling walls will be sprinkled throughout the airport.
“With our new Garden Gate, our passengers can pause at a natural sanctuary of rest and relaxation as they make their way through the airport, with 1,681 plants ready to see them on their way”, Heathrow’s strategy director said, reports the Daily Mail.
This article originally appeared on 7travel.com.au.