The Australian population is expected to hit 70 million in the next hundred years, so it's no surprise that developers are starting to consider more ways to build up rather than out.
Although it's safe to say our lives are likely to become more compact, it doesn't mean we must do away with staples of the 'Aussie dream', including a lush home garden.
There are several space and time-saving tricks such as the following you can use to get the most out of your apartment garden.
Instead of investing in a fresh coat of paint, why not consider a vertical garden to liven up a feature wall?
Vertical gardens not only make an area feel fresher and more vibrant, they are pragmatic approach to saving space in smaller apartments.
Living in a crowded apartment building can sometimes lack a feeling of privacy, however there are a few clever gardening tricks that can help turn your unit into an oasis.
Start with a natural screen to section off part or all of the balcony railings as these solutions are low maintenance, visually stunning and create a greater sense of security.
Natural screens of herbs and veggies are also impressive additions to entertaining. Your guests are sure to love a salad that is both harvested and made before their eyes.
There are certain fruits and veggies that grow well in tight spaces.
When building your balcony or indoor garden, consider the following varieties which are considered some of the easiest to grow:
Urban Food Garden are specialists at creating space-saving, self-watering and low maintenance garden solutions in compact spaces. Contact us today to inquire about solutions for your apartment.