I find it much easier to work in my balcony garden during the spring and summer since the long days mean less shade. Gardening in part to almost full shade during the winter gets tricky for me. Here is Gardening Limited’s next collaborative post, Dark Days/LIght Years: The Impact of Shade On Your Garden.
Here is my next collaborative post. I hope you learn a thing or two on how to add some life into your garden.
Nothing beats the joy of boasting a perfect garden. This can be your sanctuary of outside beauty and is sure to bring a whole new dimension to the entire home environment. Unfortunately, if those spaces leave you feeling a little underwhelmed, it can seem like there’s no solution. Don’t fear; you can inject new life into the backyard to ensure it finally unlocks its full potential.
Embrace these simple tricks, and your garden will be better than ever in no time. What are you waiting for? Let’s get to work.
Happy Sunday! Here is my next collaborative post! I hope you find ideas on making your small garden look bigger below!
Gardens are fantastic. Anyone that’s ever lived in a flat or an apartment will know more than anyone how much you can miss having your own outdoor space. Your garden is your own little bit of nature. A place where you can relax and unwind, enjoy some vitamin D, exercise and dry your washing. Is there anything better than the fresh smell of sheets that have been left to dry outside?
Happy 2018 everyone! I’m so excited for the new year and some changes that come along with it! One of these changes is adding collaborative posts to my blog!
My very first collaborative post is about making your small garden flourish! If some of the wording sounds little different, its because this post comes from the UK.
Despite the limited gardening space I have right now, I am on a quest to find more areas for plants. There is one wall opposite the shelf my hubby built that is bare and we’ve talked about putting a vertical garden on that wall. Today I want to discuss cheap vertical gardening ideas.
If you’ve checked out my recent video, you know how small my urban garden is. There is the shelf my hubby built against one wall of our balcony, the two by four he put up so I can use my dollar store shelf pots, and the plants on the ground. The wall opposite the shelf has still been unused, which hubby and I have talked about putting a vertical garden there.
Finding the Perfect Garden Container at a Low Price
If you are like me, you are always looking around for great deals for your garden containers. There are many beautifully decorated pots and containers out there for gardens, but since I’m on a budget, I’m always on the look out for great cheap garden containers. These may be on sale, made of cheap but quality products, a cheap hidden gem, homemade or even free.
When I began my small gardening hobby, I didn’t think that I would collect plants as fast as I did or even considered running out of space. Both happened in a small amount of time. As I continued to feed my new addiction, I looked into vertical gardening for a time, but since the outside walls don’t seem to support much, I gave up on the idea. Soon after I started researching gardening shelves and other ways to save space while enjoying my garden. Keep on reading!