Where the world is going “greener” after chopping of most of the natural beauty, few people are still struggling to live amongst a healthier and a greener lifestyle in their busy city life.
Growing buildings and apartments are surely taking up lands and spaces where once beautiful trees use to stand tall. But realizing the matter in hand and dire need of greenery around, people have started to opt an in-house garden approach for a much-needed recovering lifestyle.
Don’t have a bigger space to turn into a beautiful garden landscape or a rooftop into a terrace garden? No problem! Even small plants can do bigger magic, not just providing fresher air to breathe while staying within, but also transforming your space into a magnificent decor. So, no need to make an excuse anymore, if you do not own a farm or a green compound.
Balcony Gardens are a great opportunity to improvise and give back to nature what has been taken from them. There is no limit on how a simple tiny living space can be transformed into something splendid by growing small plants and veggies, or anything that suits the apartment dweller’s innovation to go green.
Mounting pots, jars, planters or hanging baskets vertically on the wall of the balcony are few of many ideas that can be used to create a balcony garden. Another great way to free up balcony space is to attach planter to the balcony railings and save space to hinder movements.
Tip: A professional’s help in setting up your green space is always advised over self-work. And why bother doing the harder work if it can be done by an expert.
It is a completely innovative and productive thought of co-existing with nature while adding another dimension to an indoor or outdoor living space.
Increased energy efficiency
Reduce stress level
Enhanced air circulation