When you’re growing in a small space like a balcony or tiny backyard, getting adequate sunlight can be an issue. It’s certainly not impossible though if you know how to approach it! Follow these tips to grow a garden that thrives in the shade.
Humans benefit from companionship and use it to grow and flourish, and so do plants. This is the underlying principle behind companion planting. Companion planting is the practice of planting different plants together that benefit each other by deterring pests, improving soil health, enhancing growth, or providing various other positive effects.
Container gardens are typically smaller and easier to manage, making them great for beginners, people who are short on time, and those of us who are short on space, but not all plants do well in containers. To help you get started, here is a list of fruits and vegetables that do grow well in containers.
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