Balconies are so much better than backyards. There, we said it!
Your METRO425 offers all the advantages of having an outdoor space, without the disadvantages of having a full backyard.
That’s right, no mowing or time-consuming maintenance required!
Best of all, your balcony is so versatile there are many options for turning your balcony into an outdoor garden, depending on your personal taste and preferences.
Here are three different styles of balcony garden for you to consider:
How good would it be to pick fresh herbs or vegetables, then turn them into gourmet creations in your METRO425 apartment kitchen?
Growing herbs or berries on green walls and vertical gardens are a great way to maximise the space on your balcony.
If you would like to give veggies a go then capsicum, radish, beans, tomatoes and eggplants are all easy to grow in containers. Just make sure they have adequate drainage and you’re good to go.
If you prefer a low-maintenance style of garden, succulents are an excellent choice.
They are very adaptable plants so you can find the right types to suit your budget and the amount of space you want to fill.
You can even purchase ready-made succulent gardens from most nurseries if you don’t have the patience or time to create your own.
A gorgeous flower garden is an ideal way to introduce some colour into your outdoor space.
Vertical gardens can showcase flowering plants beautifully, or you might like to gather an eclectic collection of pots to add to the colour.
Dwarf varieties are a fantastic option for balconies, as they grow well in smaller containers.
Best of all, many flowering varieties will also release a lovely scent, adding to the ambience of your balcony space.
For more information about METRO425 and how you can own one of these sought-after apartments please contact Constantine Pappas on 0423 047 020 or 08 8372 2988 or at ua.moc.hr.yelnu@sappaP.noC.