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Little to No Space Gardening

~ Gardening is a fantastic hobby, whether you like flowers, vegetables, herbs, or succulents. While it is wonderful if you have plenty of space for gardening, not everyone is so fortunate. You might be limited in space but still, have the desire to grow things in your home.  Whether you have a tiny yard or just a balcony, or maybe no outside space at all, you can make use of the available space to the best of your ability. Try these creative ideas to achieve your planting goals.


Garden in Your Kitchen

A kitchen garden is ideal if you want to grow herbs or some varieties of miniature fruits or vegetables. Not only can you create a compact garden, but you can pick what you need while you are cooking. If you want an easy way to get started with a kitchen garden, try indoor garden kits, which make it simple to get set up. This way you will have everything that you need to start growing your favorite herbs or some other plants, such as tomatoes or chilies. These kits can help your plants to grow with lighting, hydroponics, and other options.


Grow Vertically

If you want to grow some things outdoors but do not have much space, using vertical space is a clever idea. Choose plants that you can grow upward and not just in pots or in the ground. This might include some types of vine, which climb upward if you give them some form of support. Another option is to have a vertical planter with pots or containers at different levels. When you use the vertical space that you have available, you don’t have to use the space that you have on the ground.


Use Companion Planting

Companion planting is a technique that helps to protect plants by pairing species that grow well together. One well-known example of companion planting is planting corn, beans that grow up the stalks of the corn, and squash that grow along the ground. Each plant benefits and protects the other. It is also a great way to grow things in a compact way when you do not have lots of space to work with. Find companion plants that you can grow to get more from the space that you have.


Huge spaces are overrated. As successfully you can grow indoor plants with some love and think put into the process.  With a few smart methods and a bit of creativity, you can use what little space you have.

Make it a very green day. 🏵

Until next time, dear friends.


Photographs listed here belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com


8 thoughts on “Little to No Space Gardening

  1. I have heard about companion planting before but never actually knew which plants grow well together. To grow corn, beans and squash together is a fabulous idea, Luda. I will try it in next year’s planting season.

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  2. I’d like to try some new variations on vertical gardening – I do have some vines. You wouldn’t believe how productive my 100 sq ft vegetable garden can be. You really don’t need a large space.


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