Intimidated by The Idea of an Urban Garden? Try Container Gardening

“Okay, some people have green thumbs. But I do not have a green thumb. You know in school where all the kids planted marigold seeds in paper cups? Everyone else got beautiful yellow flowers. Not me. I went home with a cupful of dirt.”

Would you like to have a vibrant green NYC urban garden on your balcony, patio, or rooftop but feel like it’s a lost cause? Fear not! Working with an experienced NYC urban garden designer can take a lot of the guesswork and anxiety out of the process. One smart strategy to conquer the fear of gardening is the container garden. You don’t need to transform your entire rooftop into a cornfield to ‘count’ as an urban gardener! It’s okay to start small. Container gardening is the art of combining a few select plants in the appropriate container – something like a big flowerpot works great! – and then caring for them throughout the growing season.

You can grow almost anything in a container garden. If you want beautiful flowers, your NYC urban garden designer will help you pick plants sure to thrive in your particular growing environment.  

Fresh veggies – same thing: you can even grow traditional space-hungry crops like beans and cucumbers in a compact area with the strategic use of trellising. Your NYC urban garden designer will tell you how. Fans of herbs will love container gardening. You can even grow small trees, such as evergreen and citrus, in a container garden.Your NYC urban garden should be an extension of your personal style, both with the botanicals and the type and look of the containers you choose.

Your NYC urban garden designer will work closely with you to select plants that will thrive and containers that deliver exactly the right amount of visual punch to your landscape. From classic and traditional to cutting edge, avant garde design, there’s no limit to what you can accomplish with a container garden. So don’t be scared! You can totally do this.

Give your NYC urban garden designer a call to get the process started.

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