To make a balcony vertical garden you’ll need to ensure your balcony is a hospitable environment for a garden, you determine which are the best plants for a balcony garden, and you choose a design that appeals to you.
Using a minimal amount of effort with a maximum amount in return, you can make a vertical garden on a balcony. The options range from creative to simple and creative, but the result is the more beautiful greenery that’s accessible.
The first thing to consider before researching what to grow in your balcony vertical garden is whether or not your balcony is a suitable environment. There are some things needed for greenery to grow, regardless of the size or space.
Access to outdoor sunlight
The amount of sunlight your plant will need depends on the type and species and needs. Some indoor vertical garden plants thrive in direct sunlight while others flourish in the shade. It’s important to consider how much sunlight your balcony garden gets daily and whether your plants will need to be East or West facing.
There are certain species of plants that are delicate and will not survive extreme temperatures if you live in a climate where the temperature drops below 32 degrees Fahrenheit and stays below freezing temperatures you may need to cover your plants with burlap or take your plants inside.
A vertical gardening systems that works in an efficient way while building a vertical garden design and ease to maintain and movable tool at your home is Sadabahar (Our Portable Vertical garden) This kind of setup is made like a tower space design for a garden tower vertical container. It helps in fertilizer of each plant in a better way. Due to movable features you can transfer your vertical garden tower to favorable climatic conditions. This vertical garden tower is available in two different colors White and Orange. Grab the deal with in budget at Urban plants