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We had a narrow steel railing. We had a bbq and a patio table, and needed to keep access open between the patio door entrance and the storage area. We also faced north-northwest and had no direct sunlight at all, and indirect sunlight for a couple of hours, at most, at sunset. We discovered that our balcony was oddly unsheltered. We were on the third floor (of a 19 floor highrise), which was low enough that street grit blew onto our balcony - enough that my thoughts of having a drying rack for our laundry were firmly rejected. We also would find cigarette butts and used matches on our balcony regularly. No one in our household smoked. These were from people who tossed them off their balconies above us. With this space, I did try to grow some seedlings we got for Arbour Day (jack pine and white spruce) on our patio table.
They died. We simply didn't have enough light and, though we had three walls, gusts of wind frequently knocked down the containers I had the seedlings in. I figured that we could probably grow flats of lettuces successfully in that space but, in the end, decided it wasn't worth it. Then we moved to our current townhouse. It is on the 2nd and 3rd floor of a 3 level complex, and our balcony is on the 2nd floor. It is quite large and almost completely square in shape. We have the townhouse wall in the back, a half-wall on each side, a wooden railing in the front, and a fire escape near the rail in one wall. The top of the wood railing is about 6 inches wide. The balcony is made of wood, and the floor is covered with waterproofing and outdoor carpet. The walls are covered with siding. We face south and get full sunlight from sunrise to about an hour before sunset, when the light is finally blocked by a tree and other buildings.
In this space, we have a bbq, a patio swing and a patio table (recently added), plus we have to keep a path clear to the fire escape. It is also where we store extra bags of soil and gravel, as well as a spare propane tank for the bbq. Plus, we want to keep the middle clear for activities. This leaves me with the patio table top, the rails and the sides not taken up by the bbq. We are also not allowed to attach anything to the walls directly. We discovered two problems with our location. First, with the amount of direct sunlight we get, the containers can actually get too hot, and the roots can start burning. Containers need to be rotated regularly, and watered more often. This was expected. The second problem was more of a surprise. Wind. No matter what direction the wind is coming from, our balcony seems to act like some sort of funnel. There is no corner unaffected by the wind, which can swirl around with surprising violence.