We hear from readers all the time who say they’d love to grow some of their own food, but they don’t have a big yard to work with. Fear not, readers! You can grow some of your own food on a patio, balcony, fire escape or in pots on your rooftop. The trick is to plan well, using the proper plants and tools for the job. Here are a few of my favorite tips for the small-space gardener: [Find out how!]
Although not technically container gardening, I could not resist sharing this cactus garden made of painted rocks. Simple enough for a child, but with the potential for an adult to really get in there with detail and shading. It’s just so darling!
One of my most appreciated yard ideas, how to create some edible privacy screening….black cherry tomatoes given’r in the middle, green dragon cukes on the left, and green zebra tomatoes on the right. *fist rocks*