BUT, we live in a condo/apartment right now that has made being a plant mama and gardening a huge challenge. Our apartment has a balcony with an over-hang, so our main source of light for the living room must travel a long way to hit my plants. We also have no windows in the kitchen and no shelf or counter space near the windows in our master bedroom. With limited options for plant homes, it has been difficult keeping them alive (I've already killed 2 on accident!).
Below are some ideas to help improve your apartment planting and gardening skills.
The planter above was made by Virginia from ViCeramics Etsy shop in London. Here stuff is adorable and I want her to custom make me some pieces when we move. If you don't see the size you want in her shop, just message her and she can custom make something for you!
If you are scared by your lack of knowledge, lack of space, or lack of sunlight - you can't use those excuses anymore because I just gave you easy solutions! Seriously, go to the Sproutbrite website and get yourself a kit. They have boxes for planting fruits and vegetables and wildflowers as well.
In summary: Hang plants, move plants around, get small planters, and check out Sproutbrite!
No Excuses - Happy Planting!
For some more resources, Greg from The Loyal Gardener has a great article on "Square Foot Gardening" that you could use to make a garden on a balcony!