This Is The RIGHT Way To Care For Your Plants In Hot, Humid Singapore

We've got the secret to caring for your plants despite the heat.
07 May 2018

Plants just weren’t created to live on balconies.

When you think about it, balconies are probably the worst places on earth to grow things – hot, windy, either totally shady or with sunlight glaring off the concrete – and many get no rain either, especially in a country as hot and humid as Singapore.

So, how do some people manage to do it? Scroll through the gallery for some hints for a green and flowering balcony.

This story first appeared on The Singapore Women’s Weekly, April 2018. 

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