Different colors of Begumbelli, Jasmine, Begonia, Winister, Love, Clock etc. are suitable for the railing garden. Railing gardening should be done regularly, especially until the seedlings have grown, that is, for one year after planting. For this, ropes, wires etc. are used as supportive tools. Fertilizer and regular watering should be done every three months for one year after planting. Waves of nature should be planted on the railings. Such railings should be outdoor.
Such gardening is done on the walls, gates and railings in the garden. If the plant gets diseased, medicine should be sprayed. The seedlings can grow one year after planting, then you have to decide where to send the wave, in which area to cut it, what shape to give it.
Hanging, Window-boxes and
Semi-indoor plants are used for wall hanging and stair gardening. Growing such plants requires less sunlight, suitable for long-lived plants such as Aspidster, Crivia, Groomlade, Dracina, Nalina, Cephalaria, Tufidanter, Philodandron, Cern etc. are prominent. For this, if it is an indoor room, you have to pay attention to how much sunlight comes or how much light comes. An open window and air passage are best in the inner room. Such plants should be protected from dust. Do not make it very dry, spray water on the leaves, give sewage from time to time, etc. It can use both flowering and non-flowering plants.
According to the culture and tradition, it is customary to put thorny plants on the door in Gathe Mangal. Thorns are not inauspicious, but for the protection of children, they should be kept in a place where children cannot find them, even if they are not used well. Window boxes invented in England are now expanding in Nepal. In this, especially orchid species like Geranium, Ivy Geranium, Palargonium Geranium, Petunia, Vervena, Imax etc. are grown. Used in hangings and window boxes, these plants last a long time.
When there is not enough space in the house-compound, people often opt for gardening. Since there is more sunlight on the roof than on the ground, certain plants grow more in the terrace garden which need sunlight.
Special attention should be paid to sewage while terrace gardening. There are huge gardens on 100 floors abroad. In our country, this trend has not been flourishing for a long time. Not only flowers but also vegetables, small fruit trees, cactus, both flowering and non-flowering plants etc. can be planted in the terrace garden. The terrace garden we are currently developing at Teku’s Ambe Complex is more about building an eco-friendly city than production. Terrace gardens have many benefits.
It does not require large tracts of land, can be planted in a small area, and is suitable for plants of any nature.
For the terrace garden you can use sacks, small curd jars or utensils, milk plastics, fish freezing boxes, sacks or mouth-watering mineral water or Coke-Pepsi bottles. When soil is poured directly on the floor of the terrace, there is a problem of leaking the roof and the plant does not flourish. Such plants require special care compared to those planted in the ground.