That’s my motto; and I hope to show you just how true it is. I’d like to share some simple small garden design ideas with you that will enable anyone to grow at least some of your own food, even in the smallest of spaces. Continue reading “Simple small garden design ideas”
You probably think that in order to have a garden you need to have a large flat piece of land with the ideal amount of sun, perfect soil, a rototiller, and any number of tools and amendments. Well…you don’t.
Sometimes there just isn’t any room to grow an in-ground garden. You might be living in an apartment, or renting where you can’t build a garden. But you can have a garden if you have space to put on some pots in a sunny area.
Even if you only have a small yard, you can harvest a relatively large amount of food. Small garden designs that focus on interplanting, succession planting, overwintering, and closer spacing can take a small garden space to the next level – plus a couple of bonus tips. It just takes a little bit of know-how, observation, and planning ahead. Continue reading “How small garden designs can produce big garden harvests”