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from Natural Garden Ideas

How to start an apartment garden – tips & tricks -

Interesting chart for those of us that want to start our own vegetable garden
from The Garden Glove

When Should I Plant What?

from Smart Money, Simple Life

How to Grow Your Own Food, Even If You Live in an Apartment

Yes. It is possible to grow your own food even if you live in an apartment or a house with little to no garden. The key ingredient you need is: sunlight. As long as you can offer your plants at least a work day's worth of sunshine (minimum 8 hours) you can grow your own food on a windowsill, balcony or porch in pots or containers. #GrowYourOwnFood #Frugal Food #ContainerGardening

from Dr Akilah - Celestial Healing Wellness Center

No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers

66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers: I think I might do this... particularly Haas avocado and lemons! Mebbe apples. We shall see... and herbs. It would be cool to have a mini-garden I could have outside in the summer and inside in the winter.

from Babyology

The Edible Balcony with Indira Naidoo

edible balcony garden-perfect for apartment living. I need this book!--I want to try growing all kinds of veggies on my balcony!!!


Many Millennials are not buying homes; instead, they are living at home or in apartments. How does your garden center cater to gardening in a small space? Self Sufficiency - Apartment and Condo Vegetable Gardens

Compost in your apartment (without making it smelly) using this guide.
from BuzzFeed

23 Diagrams That Make Gardening So Much Easier