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A restaurant with a vertical indoor garden



weet Caroline’s takes natural and organic to new heights, with a living vertical garden along one wall-its own Green Monster, the restaurant likes to say. The multilevel space, well situated in the hot new Fenway row of restaurants and bars, also uses reclaimed wood, including on an outdoor patio, and has 11 flat-screen HD TVs to watch the games from nearby Fenway over a menu of comfort food.

The living wall looks stunning and helps to bring the outside in. They probably have some sort of no drill glue to fix the garden base onto the wall. You can also try them, but such a large vertical garden may not be feasible everywhere. If that’s not an option, consider putting some neon signage from sites like Neon Filter in the shape of plants to give the space a more natural feel. Plants indoors are wonderful for air quality and for enhancing mood, but they also bring pests with them. Everything from caterpillars to termites can hitch a lift on a plant into your home, which is going to be a big problem. If you find that your plants have introduced pests into your living space, you need to visit https://www.pestcontrolexperts.com/termite-control/ to have them removed as soon as possible before they cause any damage to your furnishings. Luckily, they aren’t difficult to remove with the right equipment, so you can carry on enjoying your living wall in no time.


The inspiration for “Sweet Caroline,” released by singer Neil Diamond in 1969, was a photograph of President John F. Kennedy’s daughter Caroline-who was 11 at the time-riding a pony. Diamond sang it to her at her 50th birthday party in 2007. Since 2002, it has been played in the middle of the eighth inning of every Red Sox game at Fenway Park, for no other reason than that a ballpark employee liked the song.