Balcony sanctuary for home-farming enthusiasts

Mr Bernard Ng and his wife had commissioned GWS Living Art in 2017 to set up a feature wall of non-edible plants. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
The installation is made up of a scaffold that is fastened to the wall and has rows of removable pots that are clipped onto railings. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
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While other city folk were grappling with staying home during the circuit breaker last year, Mr Bernard Ng and his wife were experimenting with growing edible plants in their vertical garden with their two young children.

Their plot covers an entire wall of their executive condominium balcony in Sengkang.

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