apartment gardening, zone 3?
Was wondering, what type of edible plants I can grow in an apartment with a northern exposure in zone 3. Suggestions would be great.
I know the problem will be sunlight. It’s limited. The exposure is less than ideal. It figures since this apartment was a swap once I moved in for another I agreed to with a southern exposure.
If you have a sunny window, herbs, lettuces, radish, spinach, chard, tomatoes, peppers are all doable. Mostly you’ll be limited by size. Pumpkins, which grow 15 foot vines, may be impractical.
But the big hurdle is enough sun.
When is the best time to plant carnivorous plants?
Venus fly traps or pitcher plants, live in gardening zone 8
I don’t know anything about carnivore plants, but i known a couple of venus fly traps.i think venus fly traps grow better in the summer.go search them.type carnivorous plants and you’ll know.
Does anyone out there have any flower/veggie seed to trade or share for postage for Grands garden?Zone 8,.?
> Grandson would like to start gardening and will send SASBE for seed-Zone 8.
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