The honeycomb fabric is designed to provide an alternative to soilless vertical farming practices. Also, the fabric can be improved as a fabric that provides increases the agricultural land, and reduces water consumption and use of pesticides. In the research, the experiments at the greenhouse environment by the prototype fabric are shared. Research findings show that it is necessary to make new prototypes using variables such as raw material, density, and color difference. As a result, a production project has been developed to observe the interaction of vertical cultivated plants with different qualities of fabrics in the greenhouse environment.