Small Gardens

Maximize your fruit and vegetable yields in small spaces. With even just a few containers or a small bed, you can grow your own food!
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Start your small garden today by upcycling enormous used nursery pots into raised garden beds. Just fill with soil and voila! You have an instant, eco-conscious, and almost free garden bed for a yard of any size. Even small gardens can have an instant raised bed.
Start your garden today by upcycling enormous used nursery pots into raised garden beds. Just fill with soil and voila! You have an instant, eco-conscious, and almost free garden bed for a yard of any size. Even small gardens can have an instant raised bed.
Yes, you can grow fruit trees in small gardens. Some fruit trees may be suitable for growing in containers. Learn more about how to grow your own fruit in small spaces.

Container Gardening

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Make Your Own Trellis for Under $15! - THE KNOTTY GARDEN
Fruits and Vegetable harvests to make the most out of small spaces.
Some edible plants grow better vertically than others. Learn more about which varieties have growing habits that are suitable for trellising. Growing vertically can help you make the most out of your small garden spaces!

Trellising

6 Pins
the words instant raised garden beds in front of an image of a potted plant
Easy & Instant Raised Garden Beds!
Start your small garden today by upcycling enormous used nursery pots into raised garden beds. Just fill with soil and voila! You have an instant, eco-conscious, and almost free garden bed for a yard of any size. Even small gardens can have an instant raised bed.
an image of a garden with text overlay that reads instant and almost free raised beds
Easy & Instant Raised Garden Beds!
Start your garden today by upcycling enormous used nursery pots into raised garden beds. Just fill with soil and voila! You have an instant, eco-conscious, and almost free garden bed for a yard of any size. Even small gardens can have an instant raised bed.
an apple tree filled with lots of ripe fruit on it's branches and the words, fruit tree containers 5 reasons to grow in pots
Growing Fruit Trees in Pots
Yes, you can grow fruit trees in small gardens. Some fruit trees may be suitable for growing in containers. Learn more about how to grow your own fruit in small spaces.
an apple hanging from a tree with the text growing fruit trees in containers you can grow your own fruit in small spaces
Fruit Trees in Containers
Yes, you can grow fruit trees in small gardens. Some fruit trees may be suitable for growing in containers. Learn more about how to grow your own fruit in small spaces.
the words instant raised garden beds in front of an image of a potted plant
Easy & Instant Raised Garden Beds!
Start your small garden today by upcycling enormous used nursery pots into raised garden beds. Just fill with soil and voila! You have an instant, eco-conscious, and almost free garden bed for a yard of any size. Even small gardens can have an instant raised bed.
two red gloves laying on top of a wooden board in the middle of some grass
Make Your Own Trellis for Under $15!
Make Your Own Trellis for Under $15! - THE KNOTTY GARDEN
twelve fruits and veggies for growing on a trellis tree with text overlay
12 Fruits & Vegetables Suited for Trellises
Fruits and Vegetable harvests to make the most out of small spaces.
cucumbers and other vegetables with the title overlaying it's image
Garden Trellising Fruits & Vegetables
Some edible plants grow better vertically than others. Learn more about which varieties have growing habits that are suitable for trellising. Growing vertically can help you make the most out of your small garden spaces!
a garden with the words 6 ways to get more out of your garden by growing up time for trellising
Garden Trellising for Fruits and Vegetables
Get more out of your garden by growing vertically! Here are 6 ideas for adding a trellis structure to your garden. Trellising can greatly increase the amount that you are able to harvest in small spaces.
a garden trellis with the words easy diy trelliss for under $ 15
DIY Garden Trellis for Under $15!
You can build your own inexpensive garden trellis quickly with some easy to find supplies. This is a great solution for small gardens and small outdoor spaces. These trellises are sturdy and can hold larger fruits and vegetables when they are securely fastened.
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Easy DIY Privacy Screen Trellis for Under $15! Great solution for small gardens and small spaces.
You can build your own inexpensive privacy screen garden trellis quickly with some easy to find supplies. This is a great solution for small gardens and small outdoor spaces. These trellises are sturdy and can hold larger fruits and vegetables when they are securely fastened.
the lawn is covered with grass and has a sign that says, drought & chafer resistant lawn seed
Drought Resistant! Chafer Beetle Resistant! The best solution for a year round green lawn.
Grow a green lawn year round with a drought and chafer beetle resistant lawn seed blend. Keep chafer grubs out of your lawn and reduce the need for summer watering. Learn more about how to get started!
the endless harvest book cover with red and green plants in dirt, surrounded by leaves
Cut-and-Come-Again Vegetables
Keep your harvest going all season long by selecting and growing cut-and-come-again varieties. Harvest what you need and let the plant regenerate for gathering another day. Easy peasy!
some plants growing out of the ground with text that reads 3 is spinach 8 things to grow in a cut and come again garden
Grow these veggies for a super long harvest season!
Grow these veggies to keep your harvest going all season long. Selecting and growing cut-and-come-again varieties can help you make the most out of small spaces. Harvest what you need and let the plant regenerate for gathering another day. Easy peasy!
lettuce plants with the words 8 things to include in a cut and come - again garden
Harvest all season long!
Grow these veggies to keep your harvest going all season long. Selecting and growing cut-and-come-again varieties can help you make the most out of small spaces. Harvest what you need and let the plant regenerate for gathering another day. Easy peasy!