Small Balcony Garden Ideas

Small Balcony Garden Ideas

Do you have a small balcony? Do you need the inspiration to renovate it? See these small apartment balcony ideas.

Creating a balcony garden can be fun and fulfilling. However, sometimes the hardest part is getting started. Below are some amazing balcony garden ideas.It may be helpful to have an idea of how you want to use your balcony space.

1. Make small, but impactful statements

“The trick to balcony gardening is to maximize the look you want to create, while being as efficient as possible with the limited space available.” Think small pops of colour and detail, rather than one large item or attraction.

2. Group your pots together

Rather than placing large pots in every spare inch of floor, Create a display of many potted plants in one small area. Play around with different pot sizes and heights to add dimension.

3. Try hanging pots
“Hanging baskets are a great way to add colour and texture to your balcony garden and utilize space. “Many vegetables, herbs and flowers will thrive in hanging pots, [such as] strawberries, lettuce, spinach, and most varieties of herbs.” Just make sure to hang your plants at a height that makes them easy to water and maintain, and position them so that the sun-loving plants are at the top.

4. Give vertical gardening a go
“Try vertical gardens by attaching planter boxes onto railings and walls. But you do need to be careful, as “the weight of containers and contents (including water, soil and plants) may put pressure onto existing walls and balconies.Hanging and vertical plants can tend to dry out more, so ensure your potting mix has added wetting agent and insert a plastic lining to help retain moisture. And of course, water frequently!

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