Sustainable Gardening for Renters

If you live in an apartment (like I do), gardening may seem like a difficult proposition. Limited space (as well as sometimes lack of light or otherwise unfavorable location), limited budget, and other considerations may come into play, which those with more space may not have to deal with – at least not to the same extent.

Apartment Gardening

Image by EricByers via Flickr

However, the use of containers, vertical gardening, and wise use of existing space can allow almost anyone to grow at least a small garden.

This article gives some great tips and ideas for apartment dwellers with a gardener’s soul!

Rental Properties – Sustainable Gardening on a Budget
Sustainable gardening
might seem difficult in a rental property but here are some great ideas that are kind on the environment and the budget.
Publish Date:
08/01/2010 7:26
http://www.suite101.com/content/rental-properties—sustainable-gardening-on-a-budget-a264432

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Rose Hillbrand runs a blog and website dedicated to holistic living -- living a healthy, balanced lifestyle in all areas -- health, relationships, spirituality, and finances.
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