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If you have access to a balcony, you can make productive use of the space by starting your own balcony garden.

Given the limited space, you’ll need to use plenty of pots and containers. Depending on the size of the balcony, you can also add trellises to some of the containers to allow plants to grow vertically. Balcony gardening is suitable for herbs, flowers and small vegetables, but it’s especially ideal for succulents.

Succulents grow slowly, so you don’t have to worry about running out of space on the balcony. Some stay small even after they have matured. Succulents also add a decorative flair to your balcony. Plus, there are many succulents that you can actually eat.

Read on to learn about the best edible succulents to grow on your balcony. (h/t to


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