Small Space Gardening - How to do it the Right Way
Small space gardens are very, very popular right now. The great Australian dream of owning a house has changed, and now 10% of us live in an apartment or unit. According to google search data, there has been a 40% increase in global online searches for balcony gardening solutions over the last 12 months.
But unless you have extreme skills, actually growing meaningful amounts of food in a small space can be very challenging, and sometimes near impossible. Many body corporates and apartment buildings have stringent rules around what is acceptable.
Traditional soil gardening on a balcony or in a courtyard takes up a lot of space and requires a lot of time and attention to be successful as plants in pots have a tendency to be a lot more water hungry, taking around 30 minutes per day to maintain.
An Airgarden allows you to grow 30 plants in less than 1 square metre. It has an automated water system and takes 15 minutes per week to maintain. Yep, thats right just 15 minutes.
If you are renting, the Airgarden is a perfect solution as it can be easily moved, disassembled and re-planted wherever you go, and you don’t need permission from your landlord!
It can grow 150 different herbs, fruiting plants, leafy greens and veggies - so let your imagination and the unlimited possibilities soar.