In these constantly shrinking world, as available space is limited it becomes difficult for a huge number of people to have some taste of nature in their house. Nowadays, all we can see is concrete laid everywhere. And who doesn’t like to wake up to the chirping of the birds, beautiful and sweet smelling flowers, and fresh mornings amidst nature. Little touch of nature/greenery adds life to a house. But in the recent world, it is not available to large number of people. At many places it demands high prices, which not everyone can afford.
But having a smaller living space does not mean that one cannot have a touch of nature in their living space. There are different ways to add some green space in your house. Terrace gardening is one the very famous and largely used way of gardening at home. Those with smaller living space can adapt to this method of gardening.Read More
One can possibly grow everything with terrace gardening. One needs to have pots for planting the vegetables and other plants, soil and necessary nutrient for the plants to have good growth.
One must make sure that the terrace or the roof of the house is water proof or there are no leakages. Also, it is important to see that the place of gardening is well lighted and properly ventilated to provide adequate sunlight to the plants.
Water the plants regularly. Do not allow the soil to get dry. Remember, soil is the most important in terrace gardening. Good soil will result in good growth of plants or crops.
In the constantly decreasing available space for greenery in the urban area, terrace gardening can prove to be the most effective method of garden. This way you can always have a green patch in your house. And in the times of inorganically grown vegetables/crops, terrace gardening can provide you fresh and organic vegetables/crops at your home.