Planting in a minimalist garden can be a fun and challenging activity. Trying to grow crops in a minimalist garden or in a small space around the house or in the balcony has its own challenges. In addition, you must be more creative, you must also be good at using space to maximize your garden. We can plant various kinds of plants, herbs, and flowers. Besides being useful for daily use, a minimalist garden can also be used as decoration to beautify your home.
Even if you only have a balcony or a small yard in your house, you can still grow herbs plants. We also don’t need to worry even though we don’t have any vacant land to grow crops. With hanging pots, you can still plant and decorate your home at the same time. We can also provide small pots for herbs and we must be smart to arrange them to make them look neat and attractive.
Balconies are often applied to a variety of modern European home designs. But now various minimalist home designs also often use balconies, including simple minimalist homes. We must not let the balcony become unused. Try adding a garden design to make it look more beautiful and pleasing to the eye. You do not need to be confused to plant plants that are suitable on the balcony because various types of plants and flowers can be planted on the balcony, even for a narrow balcony. You can also be creative by adding artificial grass to your balcony to make it look more beautiful.
Ornamental plants for planting in pots are practical and flexible. You can easily put the pot and adapt it to your needs. With the right decoration, potted plants can be as beautiful as a garden in the yard. Potted plants are easier to care for and do not pollute the balcony. However, you also have to be picky potted plants whose growth is not too aggressive.