Gardening Without a Plan Not sure if you realize it but even "gardening without a plan" needs a plan. Okay, wow! This type of gardening does not take a floor plan, but requires only a little foresight or pre-planning.What are the most important things to consider? Where do you live What is your residential statement (housing?) What is your budget? What are your goals? What is your plan now?Condo CraftsIf you live in an apartment or apartment, your gardening may be limited to gardening or gardening or gardening. Whatever the case, you can still garden! There are ways to do this - even in apartments and even in the strictest condos. Ears open now?Private home cultivationIf you live in a home, your own home, you may have less rules than an apartment, but even in most neighborhoods you have the "unspoken" rule, "green grass rules"! Don't worry, you can also have a garden. You can still have your own personal space, your own style and stay exactly where you are.Mansion gardening If you live in a mansion, yes, a mansion, you can still be a personal gardener for your own space. The key to happiness is all to know or realize it, yes, "you can do it"!What is your message? So, what is your neighborhood "statement" or unwritten rule? Look around you to find out what it is. Are all the farms light green, no holes in the lawn, just perfect rectangular pieces of genuine or false grass? Are all houses trim, narrow, uncomplicated and simply the same? When looking down into the neighborhood, is it difficult to tell a house from another? Does it look like Stepford Wives live there? Really? What is the unspoken, unspoken rule in your neighborhood, in your neighborhood? Is there hope for your creative or different mind, where you are? Yes indeed! There is always hope. If you keep open minded and willing to really hear me, I share my ideas about individual gardening or "gardening without plan".What's your plan? Do you want your garden as a professional? Do you want space to say, "Hi, landscaper here"! Or do you want your green space to say, "Wow, that's a lot of work"! Or do you want your garden space to say, "Welcome to my wonderful, natural garden"! Or is your message, "No shooting dog allowed!"Are you gardening to pay attention to your cause or your charity or your way of working? Would Bonsai fit the plan? Is your plan to make people stay, pause and slow down in the bustling city? Do you have a garden to promote peace? Or say your garden, "I believe in God"! Do you want the neighbors or people to pass to continue walking or stopping and pausing and enjoying the green space? Ask yourself these questions and some others and you can only have a plan for your unforeseen garden.Budget? Can you afford the best for your garden? Or do you have a very limited budget? Is gardening part of your budget.