I was so happy to have an East facing balcony in my new apartment because my plants would grow so much better. But, the Arizona sun in the summer can be so harsh even in the morning hours.Continue reading
It’s definitely Spring here in Phoenix, Arizona and my plants are starting to wake up and bloom after a long winter. Today I’m going to be giving you a brief Balcony Garden Tour for Spring 2018. Enjoy!
I love to go thrifting on a weekly basis and I’m always on the lookout of unique pots or containers to use in my container gardening. So many jars or pots do not have a hole for drainage, but that doesn’t stop me from getting them.
We’ve been in the apartment for 3 months now and so far we’re loving it. I’ve been a busy gardener purchasing, planting and propagating. Today I want to share with you a balcony garden tour.
Living in an apartment complex can be challenging when you want to decorate for the Fall Season, and that includes a small front porch. I’m lucky that I have my own area leading to my front door and I don’t share it with anyone. There’s plenty of space to put at least 3 containers and possibly more if I wanted.
When you love plants and buy so many that you run out of space, then you have to go up! I recently purchased some succulents and planted them in wall hanging planters. Space on the floor is at a premium in my apartment and balcony, so these planters worked out perfectly.
Recently I moved from a home with a yard, to an apartment with a balcony. It was a huge transition for me and my daughter, but we’re happier now than we’ve been in a long time. New chapters bring new passions, and for me that’s balcony gardening.