Whether you’ve got a certified green thumb and are lamenting your move to a yard-less apartment or you’re a longtime apartment dweller looking for a nature-friendly hobby, apartment gardening can be a rewarding way to spend some time, decorate your home, and maybe even grow something edible. This article shares a few tips for getting an apartment garden started.
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Do windows in buckets = a good idea? Maybe.
This way I hope I’ll see what’s going on inside my buckets!
So here’s how this bucket experiment goes:
3 buckets. One has a base of sticks. The second has a log base and the last “control” bucket contains no wood at all.
All three buckets have some home made compost mixed with a readily available commercial potting mix (Miracle Grow).
All three buckets contain one red bell pepper and two lettuce plants.
What I’m looking for:
I want to see if one bucket performs better than another and if so, which one.