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These 5+ Balcony Gardens Have Us Ready for Spring

 Apartment - dwellers know how tricky it can be to flex that green thumb. With minimal space and sunlight, an edible garden or flower wall can seem like a far-fetched dream. But if you've got a balcony — no matter how tiny — the botanical possibilities are endless. The 13 gorg urban gardens below are here to prove it to you, one pretty pot at a time. So get that soil prepped, because you're about to be basking in lush.



1. Pull Up a Bench:Keep things interesting by pairing a little bench and seat cushions with an outdoor rug and a handy side table. The bench and table will allow you to display plants at different levels. That way, you can be totally surrounded in your green oasis. (via Apartment Therapy)


2. Vertical Wall Planters: Bar carts — they're not just for your living room anymore! Use yours to mobilize indoor/outdoor plants and change up the jungle vibes of your balcony on a whim. Then cover a wall in a slotted fence and deck it out with potted herbs. We're thinking bar cart + herbs = mojitos all afternoon. (via Domino)


3. Boho-Chic Vibin':Pull off a playful bohemian look with all of the bright colors, cascading vines, and succulents in copper planters. Add some string lights and lanterns and you'll have yourself a relaxation paradise. (via Kendall Jackson)


4. Outdoor Sanctuary: This setup has all of the chill vibes. Keeping textures and tones earthy allows all that greenery to seriously pop! Let things get a bit overgrown and enjoy how it makes your patio a private, uber-relaxing getaway. (via Elle Decoration)


5. Porch Swing and Chill: Doesn't this all-white setup look dreamy AF? Pair low-maintenance (AKA minimal mess) plants, like cacti and ferns, with a jute rug and a hanging porch bench to get your veg on in a serious way. (via Adore Magazine)


Looking for more? easy ways to transform your tiny outdoor space? Follow us on Pinterest for tons of gardening ideas and DIY tips.

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