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Try These Tips for Gardening in Small Places

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Sometimes we plan to have our own gardening in our living spaces. Not to worry! Here are few tips where you can grow your own... The post Try These Tips for Gardening in Small Places appeared first on My Green Home Blog .




 

 

image1Sometimes we plan to have our own gardening in our living spaces. Not to worry! Here are few tips where you can grow your own plants in definite spaces.

Try these tips to make your day and living space more beautiful.

  • Group pots together:

Try using the vertical spaces at your living space. This will help you grow enough plants. Where you can plant certain varieties like tomatoes, cucumber, beans as all these grow in the upward direction and they are mostly climbers.You can even seek help from any online gardening company.

  • Watering the plants:

Remember the plants in the pots need enough water. To get to know whether sufficient water is there in the soil just put your finger into the soil about one inch and you can feel the soil is wet or not. If the soil is wet then no need of watering. This will ensure about the water content for the plant.

  • Choose the right plants:

I know this sounds little tricky but you have to go for the plants suited to your living space. Even shelters also matters a lot. So make sure to plant those which fits your balcony. Herbs are always preferable for the balcony. They are also cost-effective and well suited for small spaces. Most importantly, place your plants somewhere with proper amount of sunlight.

Hope so these tips will help you make your house look more beautiful.

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