Do you have a small garden space that you aren’t sure how to utilize for your garden-grown vegetables fully? There are many different ways to make use of smaller growing areas.
You don’t need a big backyard or a giant greenhouse to have a successful garden. Some of the highest-yielding parks crank out delicious fruits and veggies from a small space.
This is excellent news for those needing more room for a garden, such as city-dwellers.
Once you start thinking outside the box (literally), everything from vertical gardening to intercropping can multiply your growing space right before your eyes.
Even a tiny sunny area on a balcony or patio can make for a great space to grow plants.
You will be shocked by the diversity of deliciousness that can be squeezed into a small space!
The secrets to optimizing a small garden include choosing suitable crops and varieties, companion planting, and continuous seeding throughout the season. Let’s dig into how you can grow more in less space!