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Vegetable garden in the house: in the garden, on the terrace, on the balcony, next to the windows…. there are many strategies forcultivate the vegetable garden at home. In thevegetable garden in the house, it is even more important to choose a suitable soil composition: when the plants have limited space available, it is necessary to respect the growth requirements as much as possible.
Those who have a small garden will do well to analyze the composition of the soil to make the appropriate corrections diversified by area, in order to design flower beds for plants with different needs. Similarly, those who want to set up avegetable garden on the balconyorTerrace, will have to pay attention to the choice of soil.
Vegetable garden in the house, the various solutions
Cultivation in the bag
In this case, special reusable soil bags are used for 2-3 years. THEbags of soilreplace, with certain limits, the flower beds of avegetable garden. On the market there are bags containing specific soil forcultivationof tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, bags for growing lettuce and leafy vegetables, bags for growing chillies, for aromatic plants, etc ...
Cultivation of the garden on the balcony
In this regard, we refer you to the articles: Organic garden on the balcony and Cultivating a vegetable garden on the balcony.
Cultivation of the garden on the terrace
Growing plants on the terrace can give great satisfaction! On the terrace it is possible to grow both ornamental plants, fruit plants or vegetables.
The vertical garden can be set up on the balcony, on the terrace or adjacent to the windows of the house. It is possible to set up avegetable garden in the house using walls or windows and above all starting from creative recycling. To build a vertical garden you can use hanging pots, ad hoc planters or prefabricated structures available on the market ... a valid alternative is thevertical vegetable gardenmade with recycled plastic bottles, jars or pallets and disused shelves.
Vegetable garden in the house, what to grow?
In sacks, in planters or pots, it is possible to grow a large variety of vegetables and greens. The vegetables to grow most easily at home are tomatoes, basil, aubergines, lettuce, potted peppers, aromatic plants, brussel sprouts and other vegetables. With a few tricks it is also possible to grow tubers such as potatoes (such as growing potatoes in pots) or climbing plants such as peas, cucumbers or green beans. Those with more experience can try their hand at growing dwarf fruit plants.