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Yes. It is possible to grow your own food even if you live in an apartment or a house with little to no garden. The key ingredient you need is: sunlight. As long as you can offer your plants at least a work day's worth of sunshine (minimum 8 hours) you can grow your own food on a windowsill, balcony or porch in pots or containers. #GrowYourOwnFood #Frugal Food #ContainerGardening
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20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas - 5. Rubbermaid Container Garden - Just because you don’t have much of a yard doesn’t mean you can’t have a nice little garden going. Rubbermaid storage containers are lightweight and just the right size to get you started. Fill the bottom with packing peanuts and a layer of garden fabric to keep them easy to move. This could even work on a small apartment balcony…
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Infographic on the easiest herbs to grow indoors.
10 Gardening Ideas for Your Patio or Balcony These are great ideas! #conpicoliving
Composting is a process where organic materials decompose to create a nutrient-rich material that's great for soil. We put together directions on how you can compost in your own apartment! It will help reduce greenhouse gases, and give you a gorgeous balcony garden. #gogreen #balcony #garden
this is particularly helpful so I know what I could grow on my little patio and what things should wait until I have a yard.