These 5 space-saving vegetable garden ideas offer urban gardeners, apartment gardeners, and anyone with limited space the ability to grow lots of plants in small spaces.
I’ve put together the following 5 ideas to help you grow your dream kitchen garden – vegetables, herbs, fruits, and edible flowers – even on a tiny city balcony.
Happy Holidays! Here at Home Garden Joy, I’m celebrating the “winter garden” – what’s left of the fall vegetables, any herbs that haven’t been nipped by the frost, and the bounty of canned goods I’ve set aside for just such a season. Here’s what Hubby and I have been up to at Seven Oaks Farm.
Learning how to grow lettuce will reduce the number of trips you need to take to the grocery store for fresh produce by ensuring you always have a ready supply of fresh greens for salads. Growing lettuce offers beginning gardeners a fast, easy vegetable to get their gardens growing, and it loves cool weather, making it ideal to start in the spring.
I finally got some time this week to harvest the winter vegetables. The hard frosts we’ve experienced over the past several weeks killed some of the vegetation above ground, but the root vegetables were fine, and they tasted delicious.
Why are my tomatoes splitting? Call them cracks or splits, they still amount to the same thing: a problem with your summer tomato crop that needs to be solved.