Condo Gardening

Living in an apartment, I've tried community gardens. I am not a great fan of it, because I actually had to commute to the garden, which was time consuming and cost gas, which defeated the purpose for me. However, if you can get one within walking distance from where you live, I do recommend it.
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So, for me, I tried other options. I have two balconies, one faces west the other east, so great sun exposure. I am experimenting with hanging baskets for things like tomatoes, peas, berries, etc. For potted plants, dwarf fruit trees apples, peaches, and pears. On the dividing wall between my neighbour's and my balcony I've hung netting for creepy crawly veggies.

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February 12, 20160 found this helpful

good luck. happy harvest

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February 12, 20160 found this helpful

This reminds me of a book that I read a while back entitled Self Sufficiency in a Flat by Joy Spocynska. And whilst I think of it - how about a category for reviews of helpful books on TF?

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