Hey, all you lovely people out there! This blog post will be in English. The reason for this is because the course I’m going to write about will be in English.
I absolutely love gardening and one of my biggest dreams are to have big roof top terras overlooking the Mediterranean. Not too shabby right? However, since I’m not living in a Mediterranean country, nor do I have a roof top terras, I will go for the next best thing. My apartment balcony. It’s not particularly big, but it’s big enough to transform into a Mediterranean oasis. It is also where I can live out my garden fantasies. Not to blow my own horn here, but I can do incredible things with my small space balcony. And I often get the questions how I do it. That’s why I want to share that with you. I want you to enjoy the beauty and the benefits of growing edible things on your balcony or small space garden.
I’ll also be honest with you, it takes some time and you got to give your plants some love, they won’t thrive unless you give them the opportunity to do so. However, it’s not as difficult as it may seem either. And it’s also worth the investment. Just think when you can step outside and bring in some tomatoes and chilies for your pasta.
Herbs are always the easiest to start off with and lavender. They also tend to like each other, when they are able to grow together. But it’s still a bit cold for the during the night, at least here in the Southern part of Sweden.
I hope you want to sign up for the course, it’s free! And jam-packed with useful tips and tricks. If not, you will be able to follow the transformation here on the blog.
The course goes live on May 1st at 7 pm CET, but you will be able to access it later on. So the signup form is here: http://eepurl.com/cLSsj1