The safest way to know how our food is made would be to breed the products yourself. Everyone knows that, but they do not necessarily have a large backyard. But actually your own terrace would be enough. Today we would like to show you how to design an organic garden on the terrace with some tips and tricks.
Although certain conditions must be met in this case.
Sun terrace without strong external influences
For your organic garden you need a terrace, which is irradiated for at least 5 hours, preferably 6 hours a day from the sun. There must be no wind and not pull. It would be best if this goes to the south.
You must not compromise with the right flowerpots in an organic garden.
These would have to have a suitable drainage and also have adequate size. At least four holes had to be on the ground. If the purchased have no or fewer holes, add some more with the drill.
Create good conditions for growth
You also need to get the special soil and nutrients that make up the healthy environment of an organic garden. These include organic liquid fertilizers, peat, coconut fiber. The latter are especially important because they keep the moisture better. It is also important that you follow the instructions on the package strictly.
It would also be important that you know the origin of the seed very well. It would be best if they came from an organic farm with a good reputation.
Organic garden on the private terrace
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Seeds with a well-verified provenance
Which vegetables would you grow?
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Organic Garden – An irrigation system for the vegetables
Fresh lettuce for the summer
Self-production always tastes best
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A great idea to improve the gray city view
How do you like this terrace garden design?