When choosing the space for your outdoor terraced gardens, careful planning is required to determine the best possible use of the area you want to work with. By choosing the size and type of planters, the arrangement of the paths and the lighting or other features, you can design the garden in the courtyard. A garden lattice or arbor is another feature that can enrich your patio area and provide shade. For the entrance to your terraced garden, you can add grape blossom plants or vine plants, which will give you a pleasant feeling.
There are many options for terraced gardens, depending on the garden area, the size of the pot and the amount of sunlight that determines the growth in this area. They always choose the soil for gardening in pots or containers. When you work in pots in the garden, you need soil that contributes to the maintenance of nutrients and requires moisture for your plants to multiply. There are soilless pot mixes like coconut, peat moss, perlite or wormwood that are made especially for the container garden.
Disadvantages of terraced gardens:
- A limited amount of space: The main problem with terraced gardens is the fact that in most cases there are not too many rooms. The terrace is designed for small patio chairs and tables as well as a barbecue. The place is limited, especially when growing vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and zucchini. The garden in the courtyard is not always suitable for growing larger vegetables.
- Requires numerous pots: If you want to have a terraced garden, you will need several pots.
- Requires frequent watering: Plants that grow in containers or pots often need to be watered.
- Too little sun: Depending on which side of the house is the terraced garden. The plants could not get the sunlight to increase and get a good harvest.