So many friends have come to my deck and said they wished they had a garden like mine, but they don’t have space. So even though it’s late summer, it’s never too late to plan for a garden, right? Today I’m sharing with you How To Grow A Garden In A Small Space.
How To Grow A Garden In A Small Space
Plan Your Garden In A Small Space
If you just have a balcony and windows with sunlight, you can start with that!
Plan to read the plant’s needs and place them where they will thrive!
I personally love windows for herbs!
Balcony for tomatoes, ferns, taller plants!
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Small Spaces, Small Garden Options you can too have at your home, even if you don’t have all the space we have!
We did not want to have our garden all in one space, so I divided to conquer!
I like getting out of the deck door and grabbing fresh herbs right before I cook!
A Caprese Salad, tastes better with basil fresh from the pot, right?
The bunnies and squirrels seem to like the larger plants so we created a separate space out of our deck to avoid having them come up to check those plants out.
In this space we have tomatoes, peppers, kale, lettuce.
We also love seeing some flowers when we seat on our deck, so we have small pots around it as well!
Our Strawberry Patch is our pride & joy! What do you think?
As you see, you can have one or all the small garden options at your home! No excuses! Making space isn’t so hard, especially with a vertical garden that can be hung on the wall. Adhesive glues (fix and create with Sugru or similar products) can hold the pots within any drilling work!
In the fall I transplant the herbs to my kitchen window and add oregano and rosemary to butter and oils!
It has never been so easy to have farm to table options in a small space!
Hope you join me and start planning your garden in a small space now, here are some tips:
- Head to a local farm and purchase some herbs, fern, plant which can be indoors in colder months and bring them in to get acclimated.
- Check light requirements and purchase some plant food, to make sure they start to grow.
- Place them by sunlight.
Can’t wait to hear from you about your garden in a small space!
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