By THOUSIF INC
Waterproof the Terrace
Check if your terrace has any leakages and fix them before you start.
Plan a Layout for Terrace
Make a rough draft on the paper of your terrace garden, including sitting arrangement, containers, and walking space.
Containers are Best for Starters
It is better to go for containers instead of beds, as container gardening is easy to manage.
The Right mix of Light and Shade
Make sure your terrace receives 4-6 hours of light, as most plants respond well.
Pick the Right Soil
Put a quality potting mix for the plants that drain well and allow aeration.
Choose Plants Wisely
Go for fiber-rooted plants instead of tap-rooted ones because they can penetrate the ceilings.
During summers, terrace plants may require watering twice a day as the water evaporation peaks.
Composting enhances the water retentiveness and adds the right amount of nutrients to the soil.
Deadhead and Pinch
Cut back the flower stalks of the spent blooms in your garden so that the plant can attain healthier growth.
Add Pollinator Plants
Be it vegetables or fruiting plants, and pollinators play a vital role.
Pests can wreak havoc in the terrace garden, so be careful of pests.
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