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Living in an apartment or having a tiny balcony doesn’t mean you can’t have an array of beautiful and flourishing plants on display. High-rise apartments can tend to feel crowded so why not bring some life to your home in the best way possible? Space may be limited but there is so much room for creativity. Installing grass in your balcony or creating an outdoor market of different herbs are just some of the creative ways to build your balcony garden.
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If you’re working with a small balcony, cramming items everywhere is not the way to go. Think vertical! It’s the best way to garden when you are limited for space. Play with heights and experiment with all the ways you can display your plants. You can choose to use re-invented pallets to create different levels of plant sections, as shown in the picture.
Why not use your gardening equipment as outdoor decor? You are already using them to manage your garden! You end up saving space by not having to find storage room for things like shovels and metal watering cans.
Looking for a way to absolutely re-invent your balcony? Install some grass. If you are seriously invested in transforming your space into a greenery heaven, lying down some fake grass will do wonders. Not only does it look great against the backdrop of vertical plants, but it can also make your high-rise apartment feel not so urban.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to create a fabulous balcony garden. Think outside the box and find unique containers to put your plants in. It creates an earthy and unique feel to the environment and it can save you money when purchasing pots.
Short ones, long ones, big ones and small ones. Experimenting with plants of all shapes and sizes means you can really utilise your space. Place large plants where they fit and then fill the space by hanging smaller plants from the ceiling and across the railings. Utilising all the varieties of plants will make your space look full of life and naturally flourishing.
Balcony gardens don’t have to stick to the balcony – utilise the extra space provided by your railing. You can hang both flowers and plants along the structure, threading them through the spaces or hanging them from the poles. You can even attach pot plants to the railing with some home improvement skills.
It’s time to experiment with heights again, but this time it’s by using the roof. Use your creative skills to hang all types of plants from above. Plus, hanging pots of plants can create a unique kind of privacy screen for your balcony if you place them in the right position.
Having a small balcony means it can be hard to fit outdoor furniture while displaying your fabulous gardening skills. So why not combine them? As seen in the picture, you can create a seating space surrounded by life and nature. Place your plants above the seats and your space will feel cosy and look unique.
Why not take the kitchen outdoors? Make your balcony garden useful by experimenting with your own outdoor market, adding edible arrangements like an array of herbs. Think oregano, rosemary, basil or thyme – you can customise what you feature in your outdoor market.
Make your space unique by adding your own special touches through decorating. Every garden can benefit from a few accessories such as water features or little statues. Together, with any kind of outdoor furniture that can fit, your balcony will be the perfect spot to relax, socialise and display your love of gardening.
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