Balcony Vegetable Garden Looks Cute

Sep 13th

Balcony vegetable garden – Even if we live in the city we can have the pleasure of having our own vegetable garden. You can start small and spring is a good time to get up and take the first steps. In this book we tell you how. Get in touch with the land, accompany the development of a crop; from the germination of the seed to the harvest of the fruit, is so comforting and pleasant that no one should miss it. We do not talk about going to live in the country and becoming a farmer; a small orchard in pots can bring us closer to this almost magical experience that connects us deeply with the cycles of nature and functions as a powerful cable to earth in the midst of our daily life, increasingly crossed by technology.

Vertical Balcony Vegetable Garden
Vertical Balcony Vegetable Garden

As in almost every order of life, the most difficult thing is to begin. The first suggestion is to go to the balcony and see what we can take advantage of what we already have: some watering can, empty pots, pot holders, benches or planks (we can use to build a stepped balcony vegetable garden and make better use of space). On the other hand, it is necessary to evaluate the available space and the hours of sun that receives our balcony. Based on these factors, and with the help of a book or browsing the internet, choose the species that we can grow (also, of course, our preferences when eating vegetables).

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Once again, we recommend starting small. Do not forget that all cultivation, to a greater or lesser extent, requires our attention and care. For a quality fruit you must start with a good seed. The best thing is to get them from an organic balcony vegetable garden in production, where we can access varieties adapted to our region. It is a way to ensure more vigorous and healthy plants. If we buy them in nurseries or in forage, we must verify the expiration date printed on the envelope. Old seeds have a much lower germination percentage or even zero germination.