tips for growing a vegetable garden on a deck. i have gone back and forth in my mind about my vegetable garden. two years ago, i had a 1000 square foot garden filled with vegetables. alas, the squirrels made it their mission to eat the entire crop almost down to the last vegetable. (read about that disaster here.)
here's a table-style planter that i really like, and it should work really well on deck or balcony. it's a patio herb and vegetable garden that is well made and good looking, made from natural cedar. definitely worth a look! or you can build your own. either way, it's a pretty ideal system.
easy raised garden bed on casters for patio or deck: this is a tutorial for a 4'x4' raised garden bed on casters for use on a deck or patio. it can be done in a day for under 100 bucks. this tutorial can be used to build two versions of 4’x4’ raised planter beds on casters, one is 18” high and th
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if you live in a condo or apartment, or sun exposure around your house is limited, a container or raised vegetable garden on your deck is the answer. in fact, a portion of a roof, window box, or outdoor stairway or stoop are all excellent options for vegetable garden containers, provided they will receive at least six hours of full sun a day.
deck garden planter box: i wanted to grow tomatoes on my deck because it gets more sun than the small yard. so i build a big box on wheels so i could move it around.