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City living doesn’t immediately lend itself to a traditional gardening opportunity like digging up a corner of the grass in your large backyard and turning it into a garden plot. But, while all gardens need to be rooted, there is no requirement they need to be on the ground. You can make a garden on your balcony, terrace, or rooftop.
Rooftop gardens are an excellent solution for those that live in an urban area with limited outdoor space and/or in an apartment that doesn’t include any at all. If you are such a person and want to make your own rooftop garden there are a few things to take into consideration during the planning process.