Edible Balcony Gardens that Prove Growing Your Food is Possible

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Utilize the unused space of your apartment by growing vegetables and herbs of your choice–Take inspiration from these Edible Balcony Gardens!

If you live in an apartment and want to relish an organic, homegrown harvest in your house, then growing vegetables on the balcony makes a lot of sense.

Here’s everything you need to know about making a balcony vegetable garden

Pictures of Edible Balcony Gardens

1. Condo Balcony Vegetable Garden for Growing Salads

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2. Tomatoes in Pots

3. Container Vegetables in Balcony

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4. Herbs in Pots

5. Beans in Balcony

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6. Tomatoes with Trellis Using Windowboxes as Containers

7. Growing Peas in Container

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8. Vegetables in Mini Greenhouse with Containers


9. Vertical Herb Garden in Balcony

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10. Tomatoes in Multiple Pots

11. Mini Veggie Garden

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12. Hanging Used Ammunition Boxes for Herbs and Vegetables

13. Mini Herb Garden

14. Bell Peppers in Windowboxes Tied With Chains on Railing

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15. Mini Vegetable Farm on a Rooftop

16. Vegetables in Hanging Container

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17. Lemons in a Balcony

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18. A Chili Garden

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19. Vegetables in Hanging Grow Bags

20. Strawberries in Railing Planters

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21. Different Vegetables in Grow Bags


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  1. Can you please tell which are the good seeds to grow for home garden organic or hybrid I’m really confused between of them


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