What are the best plants for a balcony?
Balcony gardens, while small, can be incredibly diverse - finding the right plants for you really depends on what you're going for. Want something that bears fruit? Tomatoes, spring onions, and other compact, space-saving crops are the way to go. For more aesthetic purposes, marigolds and begonias are two low-maintenance plants that will look great all summer long.
Do I have the right railing for balcony planters?
Our balcony planters have hooks on the back that support most types of outdoor railing. On the off chance your railing won't work, our grow bags, hanging baskets, and free-standing planters are all great alternatives.
Whether you're working with five square feet or five square miles, Gardener's Edge has got you covered with the tools you need to get the job done. For more gardening planters, check out our window boxes, plant stands, indoor planters, and the rest of our garden planters.