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If you live in an apartment building, there’s a good chance you don’t have a yard. If you don’t have a yard, there’s an even better chance you can’t plant a garden, but there’s a solution for anyone without a yard that’s as old as houseplants: balcony gardening. Most apartments and condos have a balcony of varying sizes. That’s actually a great environment for plants, and all you need to do is contain them, feed them, and keep them watered. Their exposure on the balcony gets them plenty of sunlight and even a northern exposure will get them enough light to grow and thrive. Of course, this assumes you’re growing them in spring, summer, and fall, but we’ll cover some winter solutions as well.
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