When you don’t have space for a garden, you can still grow vegetables indoors. Produce thrives right in your kitchen with the limited space that you have.
Note from Dawn: This post was originally published by me on RevealNaturalHealth.com. It has been transferred to ChoosingReal.com as I am moving content from that out-dated blog to this current blog.
Guest Post by Dan Mowinski of Urban Turnip
I’ve never had a lot of space. My current “garden” is made up of a dozen or so pots, a small raised bed, and a polyethylene mini greenhouse. That, to those lucky city allotment-holders, will sound like pittance. For me on the other hand, it’s a huge improvement on past situations.
Balconies, patios, backyards…I would have given my left leg for one!
Yet I came to realize that a lack of growing space shouldn’t stop me from actually growing. I discovered that a tiny garden, cultivated in old trays and jars, will thrive quite happily on my kitchen worktop.
In this short post, I’d like to share some of things I’ve learned. If you’re short on space too, I guarantee you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how much you can grow. If garden size isn’t an issue, then these tips will help you towards a steady supply of homegrown goodies through the winter months.