One of the greatest challenges of the 21st century is solving the dilemma of growing food at a rental property. It’s like turning on a blender without the lid; you know there’s going to be a mess to clean up, but how big you can’t be sure. There are too may unknowns and few knowns that swing the odds out of your favour from the outset.
Anyone with rental property experience will know that when moving into a new house it will likely be presented in a condition that is deemed completely unsuitable once you depart. Although no one will be blamed for the early shortcomings, you can be certain that any misplaced picture hook, scratch, dust, smudge, or raised garden bed full of vegetables will be taken out of your bond once you depart. All that being said, it shouldn’t stop you from growing food.