Friday, March 16, 2018

My Balcony Garden

I just transferred very recently to my new Master's Bedroom and as expected, I got very excited putting up new decors and displays.  But what excites me most is setting up a mini garden in my balcony.  Well, I have started with few plants and succulents as I am still very busy attending to the business and some construction projects at home.  I am not yet totally done with the final set up of the entire balcony as I plan to do it little by little besides I have to carefully choose what kind of furniture will best suit my area because of a limited space, not to mention that I have to follow my number one rule...that is to come up with the best set up possible incorporating all the elements I want in my balcony garden without sacrificing my budget.  I love the idea of anything DIY as I could bring out my creativity.


I hung these plants on a DIY Trellis and I just think that this is a very good spot for them since this part of the balcony can get enough sunlight.


  

I failed on this one though, this hanging plant does not appear to be healthy as you can see and I am planning to replace this with some orchids.  But again, I have to take my time as orchids can be very pricey.


I used to have plenty of cactus and succulents but unfortunately some of these died.  I've managed to save some pieces though and I've decided to relocate them into this balcony garden.  Hope they can survive and I am planning to get more varieties, too.



I wanted to come back with another post featuring the final look of my balcony garden.  I hope it could be sooner that I expect.  :)


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