Urban garden ideas are exciting to design especially when you have some access to the outdoors via a balcony, deck, or roof. The gardener has a wide choice of containers to use for an urban garden, which makes it possible to grow anything from small succulents to moderately large dwarf trees and bushes.

If you’re lucky enough to have access to a semi-private or private roof, you may be able to plant dwarf trees, bushes, vines, and small potted plants. With a sack garden, one could grow Idaho potatoes, carrots, beets, and other root vegetables.

Depending on the weather and the amount of sun the area receives during the day, a wide number of fruits and vegetables as well as non-edible plants could thrive in your urban garden. If the weather holds, your garden should grow if you feed your plants and water them according to their needs. Be sure to keep the garden free from pests and whenever harvest or prune. Also, plan the next planting.