Well, there are a lot of questions to answer if you’re thinking about apartment gardening. One thing to remember is that balcony gardening is usually not legal. Not all apartments allow this. You need to find out how the apartment building administrator rules on balcony gardening before you make any commitment.
If you have a balcony garden, it’s usually best to leave it as-is. If you have a problem with pests and rodents, you can help by using a rodent repellent or pest controller.
If you have a low light condition, then plants that require low lighting may be an issue. The problem is the shade. It will take at least one sun for the plants to bloom.
But on the other hand, plants like roses, magnolias, grape vines, and hawthorn don’t do well in low light conditions. They have very narrow growing periods, which are usually only an hour or two a day.
A balcony is usually in the background when you are at work, so you have no trouble attracting small and large crowds that will stop by to view your plants. But you will need to be ready to get them out of your garden area.
If you live in an apartment with a balcony garden, then you might want to look into a planter, the kind of plants you would put in a garden. In any case, if you do have a balcony, you will need to make sure that you have a garden to go with it.
If you don’t have a planter or don’t know where to start, you can always find the perfect location for your plantings. There are many resources available online, and in gardening books, that will help you find your ideal spot.
Just keep in mind that planting flowers and bushes are going to be a lot different than planting vegetables and fruits. For example, a tomato plant requires about 8 hours of sunlight per day to thrive. It’s not uncommon for plants to take a full growing season before they bear fruit.
Planting a tomato is very different from planting cabbage. And it’s going to take the same amount of time.
You will have to consider a variety of factors when deciding on plants. First, consider how you want your plants to grow. You can plant annuals and perennials in your balcony garden, but you’ll have to think carefully about what kind of season you want to give your plants.
Some plants can bear fruit all year round, and some can only be grown during certain times of the year. Some plants are also very delicate, so you have to think about the size and shape of your plant.
Broccoli, chives, dill, lettuce, herbs, mustard, onions, parsley, and spinach are all great plants to use in balcony gardening. You can grow fruits and vegetables in the garden, too. Planting a tomato is very different from planting cabbage.