If you don’t have enough space for a vegetable garden or if you’re present site is too small you can grow your vegetables in containers. A window sill, balcony, patio, or doorstep can also provide sufficient space for a productive container garden. Moreover, problems with soil-borne diseases, nematodes, or poor soil can also be overcome by switching to container gardening.
Container gardening affords attractive plant scaping in your balcony area. A dull patio or balcony area can be brightened by the addition of baskets of different kinds of vegetables or a colorful herb mix. Container gardening is especially useful for apartments or balconies because plants can be moved to get the maximum use of sunlight, available space and to avoid destruction from, particularly nasty weather.
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HOW TO START A VEGETABLE GARDEN
Why garden? If you’ve never tasted fresh vegetables from your garden, you will be amazed by the sweet, fresh flavors and vibrant textures. If you grow them yourself, there’s absolutely nothing quite like fresh veggies, especially. This guide will provide you with some tips to start your vegetable garden.