No outdoor space is too small for a garden. Tiny terrace? Fire escape? Juliet balcony? With a potted plant and a folding chair, you’ve got a garden. Here are 11 of our favorites:
Industrial Chic in LA
For more, see Joan McNamara’s Industrical-Chic Loft in LA.
Penthouse in Greenwich Village
Above: Architect David Mann and partner Fritz Karch live in a penthouse studio on Washington Square in Manhattan. For more of their garden (and apartment), see An Architect and a Collector at Home.
Oasis in Antwerp
Above: Photograph by Bart Kiggen via Coffeeklatch.
Antwerp-based garden designers Bart Haverkamp and Pieter Croes have their own “tiny oasis” in the middle of the city. For more, see Radical Gardens of Antwerp.
A Courtyard in Boston
Upper East Side, Manhattan
For more, see Spring Comes to Manhattan, Upper East Side Edition.
Balcony Views in London
Above: London-based garden writer Isabelle Palmer kits out her tiny balcony with window boxes, and potted topiaries. See more of her garden in Ask the Expert: Balcony Gardener Isabelle Palmer.
66 Square Feet in Brooklyn
Above: Tiniest terrace in Brooklyn? Marie Viljoen gardened in 66 square feet before moving to Harlem (and then back to Brooklyn, where she has a 1,000-square-foot backyard). For more, see Garden Visit: 66 Square Feet.
For more of our favorite tiny terraces, see Garden Visit: 66 Square Feet (Plus) in Harlem and Design Sleuth: Parisian Balcony Mise-en-Scene.
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