Balcony and roof gardens
Before you start gardening on your rooftop or your yard, there are several elements. firstNot to mention the obvious, make sure the roof is not surrounded by people and the structure can withstand the weight, not to mention flushing issues or pressure.
Condominium balconies and apartments encourage gardening in planters and containers. Cannot support heavy and large pots. It doesn’t do much harm to the surface, but make sure you don’t use containers that have a concrete floor on top. This is the area in which research into plant substances makes sense. Your resin garden planters will not add weight, and containers can be used. Use pliers, brackets and hooks to spread the load over a large area to select the load on the hanging baskets or baskets.
Secondly, check the microclimate of your balcony or roof terrace. Notice the path of the wind and the sunlight it receives throughout the day. Some balconies get no direct sunlight and are protected; others choose sunlight daily and are exposed. Supports can protect the roof garden, or maybe you can place your trellis a little bit from sunlight and wind. Balcony plants do not get a lot of rain because they are shielded over or under an awning in the balcony. Make sure the containers are kept moist by watering.
Remember to plant
As with organizing your landscaped garden, you may want to think about your roof. Start with a frame. Create an edge to enclose your area. For example, you can spread lady’s mantle and geraniums over the area, or you can create bumps with shrubs and grasses. All of your plants can take care of containers and garden planters. They’re easy to maneuver to figure out what works best and easier to control pops or the heat.
Your planters could be integrated into beautiful garden seats – the room can be delimited by the chairs and provide additional chairs. One method is to give your containers a stage so the plants can be viewed, and of course, having plants is wonderful. Some of the most beautiful plants could be gardenias, heliotrope, jasmine, roses, and sweet peas. You can be very creative with the positioning of pots and planters – filled with a variety of plant material and in bundles of various shapes and sizes.
Privacy on the patio or rooftop is achieved by simply cleaning the equipment, or adding a pergola or trellis to block maintenance, or with planters in place. The garden decoration and the planting of a climbing magnolia, wisteria, hydrangea or lavender blossom are complete. Connecting your house, condo or apartment to your space can be the best of all worlds. There are many alternatives for having a garden for pleasure, designed according to your dreams, like your paradise on earth.
Rooftop Gardens – An urban paradise
It is human nature to want a place to come home where you can relax and rejuvenate. Space is a precious commodity, so inviting spaces to sit down and relax, relax, eat and talk are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also a sensible investment. A realm of steel and concrete is home to some of the most widespread spaces on earth.
Standing on a city rooftop garden is a means of measuring one planet for another. Suddenly the audience on the streets below had disappeared, and with them the entire cacophony of cars, buses, subways, vendors and all the constant drilling, beeping, clinking, popping and rustling of building in a city that is permanently itself drive.
All this action seems to dissolve in the slightest hum. When I stand between the roof or terrace gardens, I have helped. For me personally, city gardens look more like small paradises than courtyards everywhere else. Because the quiet of this backyard and the comparison between life is terrific.
No place on earth is important or far away.
They defy more than just monetary and obvious motives, but also the effort to exist. Imagine carrying tens of thousands of plants and soil to develop the garden.
I enter the garden. It’s like having to agree to see a treasure without knowing it and being unexpectedly seen by the crowds on the streets. Construct between clouds and skyscrapers. A roof garden is a real gem of beauty and wonder, a bit of emerald green that is sure to be coveted by the birds that fly over it, and must be amazed to find that concrete jungle sprouting in the buildings below.
The gardens I look at are paradoxical in the sense that they have to escape the city and inspire it. City memories are all around us, in these parks. Along with skyscrapers, peek into the trees. And there fences and reinforcements over roof structures. It reminds us of the character of their life, which is always there and precarious in the sky. Also planes and helicopters flying with the birds above.