Building an urban garden in your own home


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Whether the reason is for ecology, health, consumption or simply because they enjoy it, more and more people now grow their own food at home. If you want to grow some too, you don’t need a large rear courtyard as you can set up an urban garden on your balcony, terrace, rooftop and even on a wall.


You don’t always have to be at home either; today affordable pots are available with automatic drip irrigation systems to help keep your plants alive.

But where can you set up a garden? More important than the place, is the choice of crop. In areas without direct sunlight, you can choose vegetables that grow easily in the shade, such as lettuce and spinach; but the most important thing is that you should use a good bed and not forget to water whenever necessary.

Take a look at this video and you will see how easy it is to grow your own organic vegetable garden.

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