How to set up a terrace garden

 

Do homes breathe? Indeed if you have a garden with it. That’s why the garden has become a most sought out luxury in the contemporary busy world. But due to the scarcity of space, most of us compromise on it. Maintaining a lively atmosphere around and inside our home is an act of art. If you win to bring the presence of nature in your home your life never seems dull again. Terrace Garden is a piece of nature that you can cherish with. Even in a congested locality terrace garden can be used as a defensive armor against the changing climate. Or a relaxing haven against the odds of life. So In this article, we will discuss how to set up and effectively maintain a terrace garden.

Becoming a creator

Attempting to make a garden is same as creating a new world. You have complete freedom in this new world. To become a successful creator you must make rules and plans. The main objective of the terrace garden is to utilize the maximum space available. At the same time, the garden needs to be examined daily. If you care about plants they will give you back.

Making the decision

A well-built house can take most of the beautiful plant variety on its terrace. But you need to decide on the space usage before proceeding. The decision is whether you use the complete terrace or part of it. The latter need more preparation.

Steps to follow

  1. a) Start simple

If you are a beginner in terrace gardening then it is better to start with pots and small plants. You can choose chillies, tomato, and brinjal for a quick start. Because these plants need little care and space. And when they ripen it’s a visual treat to eyes.

b)Mix and repeat

Whether it is vegetable or flower the beauty of outcome increases when you mix them. In the case of vegetable, mixing can also increase the yield. For example, mixing legumes with other plants is productive as it increases the nitrogen content in the soil.

  1. c) Recycling

To make the terrace garden more cost-free you need to find the full potential of every resource available. Kitchen water can be reused with proper pipe and tray arrangement. The plants need to get exposure to sunlight. And the output of a proper compost bin with rotten leaves and fruits of our plant is enough for the cultivation.

Things to avoid

If you aren’t a full-time farmer then don’t go for big trees and fragile plants. One can grow even mango in the terrace. But only with proper effort and investment of time. Try to follow the below points;

  • Don’t let the water go down the soil bed
  • Don’t use too much waste as fertilizer. It may attract pest.
  • Don’t block sunlight
  • Use shades against harsh climate

Remember; always accept the failures and success equally. Then your effort will bloom in the terrace garden.

 

 

 

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