Building greening continued to develop much further, above all small espalier gardens and Talut walls from the baroque developed in this epoch. New climbing plants were introduced or bred. Then, however, with romanticism and its castle admiration, there was a contradicting impulse! Instead of old order, light, and severity, new ivy-covered, ancient active walls were revered and in many places were made green where they had not been greened before!
There are some cities, which had been able to show an active structural development in the time of the classicism. They produced many greenings, partially even also still from that time visable. For example: Berlin, Potsdam, Weimar, Eutin, and Putbus. Below you can find additional pictures and examples.
The "Biedermeier" era from approx. 1815 to1850 was a cheerful style direction within the classicism. It averted itself from any fanatic idealism complexion. Instead, it was all about enjoying life and living in style with family and friends. The garden played a large roll. "Biedermeier-gardens" were established with flowers, wall greening and espalier fruit.