Living in an apartment and got no space for your plants? If you are a garden lover and your trapped in a small apartment or house, it doesn't mean you can't have a garden. We have a lot of gardening ideas for you.
- You can make a windowsill garden or window box
- Grow an office plant and place it in your desktop
- If you have a balcony or patio, it's a perfect place for container gardening like pots and planters.
- Making a hanging plants is great.
Those are only a few suggestions for a garden lover like you. I have walked down in New York to find an apartment. I'm planning to stay there for a while. Of course, I'd love to stay where there is a space for a garden. I went to Prospect Heights. I've heard that there are beautiful brownstone apartments there. It is a neighborhood in the northwest of New York City borough of Brooklyn. Compared to other Brooklyn neighborhoods and streets, Prospect Heights is relatively small and is known for its cultural diversity and beautiful tree-lined trees. Other known brownstone apartment there are the Lincoln and St. John's Place. It is a low-cost housing which housed 97 families in searched for a low cost housing. Prospect Heights is surrounded with opulent buildings such as the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Public Library and Mount Prospect Park.
Aside from brownstone apartments, row house are eminent too. Brooklyn Flat is nice with great facade, tree-lined street and awesome fiberglass planters. It is a two sunny bedroom apartment with large windows, skylights, hardwood floors, original mouldings, high ceilings, exposed bricks, Asian style bathroom with an above counter sink. It is complete with amenities such as free wifi, large flat screen TV, large refrigerator and stove. It is close to restaurants, cafes, art galleries museum, park and other businesses.