Gardening Tips for Condo – Apartment, Bangkok, Thailand. Asian gardening tips and ASEAN inspiration for apartment and condo dwellers. Container gardening how to, including flower idea combinations and info on growing your own food on your balcony. If you’re looking for a container garden that doesn’t require much work, but still yields a lot, we recommend using a self-watering container or we will teach you how to use for example recycled water bottles with funnels and with easy-to-make home-made water supply. Self-watering containers have a built in reservoir that allows the plants to go for longer periods of time between watering and minimizing stress on the plants. Best of all, they are also designed to look great and also you as the “gardener” will have a fun and friendly environment while producing a bounty of produce.

Gardening Tips for Container Gardening or Pot Gardening

Gardening Tips for Container Gardening or Pot GardeningCondo and Apartment Organic Mini Gardens. For those who live in condos and apartments, you want to make the most of the space you set aside for growing your own food. That’s why we’ve searched for some of the best ways to get growing, keeping in mind balcony weight restrictions, size and light constraints, watering constraints, and of course keeping things as aesthetically pleasing as possible. We will also provide information about where you can learn how to grow vegetables and flowers in Bangkok. And where to buy your supplies and visit existing roof gardens or existing balcony gardens. Container gardening or pot gardening is the practice of growing plants, including edible plants, exclusively in containers instead of planting them in the ground. A container is the general term used in gardening for a small, enclosed and usually portable object used for displaying live flowers or plants. It may take the form of a pot, box, tub, pot, basket, tin, barrel or hanging basket.

Container Gardens in Bangkok Advice and Information

Container Gardens in Bangkok Advice and InformationPlanting. Containers range from simple plastic pots, teacups to complex automatic-watering irrigation systems. This flexibility in design is another reason container gardening is popular with growers. They can be found on porches, front steps, and in urban locations, on rooftops. Sub-irrigated planters (SIP) are a type of container that may be used in container gardens. Potting material must be loose and allow drainage to offer proper aeration for roots to breathe, preventing root rot.

Re-potting is the action of placing an already potted plant into a larger or smaller pot. A pot that fits a plant’s root system better is normally used. Plants are usually re-potted according to the size of their root system. Most plants need to be re-potted every few years, because they become “pot-bound” or “root-bound.” Plants’ roots can sense its surroundings, including the size of the pot it is in, and increasing the pot size allows plant size to increase proportionally. Advantages. Many types of plants are suitable for the container, including decorative flowers, herbs, cacti, vegetables, and small trees. There are many advantages to growing plants in containers, namely: Less risk of soil-borne disease. Virtually eliminate weed problems. Mobile plants gives more control over moisture, sunlight & temperature.

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