Urban garden ideas is a great way to grow your own food, even if your property is limited to a small urban plot. One of the best ways to add an urban garden is a raised bed. It’s so simple that you don’t even need soil to put it. Raised beds are well suited for stable terraces or paved surfaces, e.g. B. at the edge of an alley.
The city garden shown here features two deep planters that are large enough to grow tomatoes. A decorative arbor optically connects the two beds and gives vines such as tomatoes, cucumbers or pumpkins a place to climb. One way to manage water drainage in an urban garden is to use a rain garden. The holes drilled on the sides provide even more space for low and spreading plants such as strawberries.
A folding bench is another space saver in tight spaces such as urban gardens: it offers space to sit and take care of your vegetables and for conveniently store garden tools and supplies. You can get most products from your raised beds if you put them in a place where the sun shines and the air is good, which can help plants resist disease. Instead of digging your garden soil, fill the raised bed with high-quality potting soil
Of course, urban garden ideas should not be avant-garde or even too modern.
You can always opt for a much more relaxed and reserved atmosphere by blurring the boundaries between inside and outside. Sofas, throws, and other upholstered furniture that choose the colors and textures of your interior give a feeling of continuity.
Speaking of size: there are a number of abbreviations to create a feeling of space in a compact city garden. Plant vertically using pretty wall planters to free up floor space – you can even create your own.
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