Tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes and vine plants grow great on a balcony. Garlic, ginger and various herbs as well. Start small and soon you will be eating from your own patio garden!

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How To Grow A Vegetable Garden In Your Apartment

Of the many things apartment dwellers lust for, a backyard is at the top of the list. If you are lucky enough to live in an apartment with a yard or patio, you may be able to grow a garden in part of the space. Garden growing in the city is not as hard as it sounds. With some basic supplies and a little hard work, you can grow an assortment of vegetables in your own urban backyard.

Garden Access

The choices you make for your garden should depend in part on who shares it with you. The garden and backyard may be shared among all tenants, available only to those on the first floor or available to a particular tenant. Check your lease before you assume that you are the only one with access to the backyard. Your landlord may…

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