Hello, to nearly a month of spring started, we are entering the most beautiful time for our garden – still do not encourage me to take away the quotation marks-both by the climate (warm, but not to the hellish summer sun), as per the class and variety of plants can have, especially those of fruits such as tomatoes or eggplant. This prompted me to put me to reorganize the balcony and another small window I have, seeking to make the fullest possible use, should also transplant the seedlings to its permanent location.I prepared a note on one of the variants to be considered to achieve this, as it is the subject of the requirements of Sun or depth of the pots. I found it important to write it so that it is read by a third party and publish it, because there are things that should be taken into account when organizing or planning to plant and where. A clarification, there are only references to those vegetables that I have at this time, but there are also General considerations, so I consider it a valid contribution, especially for those who just begin.Variants: Requirements of Sun one of the features that we think the need of solar light from each plant, according to which we can go placing them in different places (different exposure). Endocrinologist will not settle for partial explanations. In my case, for a couple of days I took a record where the Sun sticks to every hour and with that elaborated a chart about the places that receive more direct light. Some notes on this topic: Solanaceae require lots of light and heat: within this group are eggplant, that as long as I grow warm, requires much light and heat. In different sources can be found that it requires more than ten hours. The tomato is another plant that need lots of Sun (six out of direct sunlight as minimum). Dr. Peter M. Waynes opinions are not widely known.