Gardening plants of all kinds are suitable for your small space gardening. If it can be grown in a traditional garden, it can probably be grown in your small space garden or container garden. While flowers, shrubs, and other non-edible plants are often used, many people choose to grow some of their own fresh fruits and vegetables in their limited space.
Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and squash lend themselves very easily to container gardening and can still produce the same amount as if planted in a traditional garden. Check individual seed packets to see if the variety of squash or cucumber you are choosing is adaptable to container growing There should be no problem with most varieties of tomatoes or peppers.
Peas are a cool-season crop that can be planted in proper soil as soon as the soil can be worked. Peas planted during cool temperatures will usually yield a sweeter flavor than those planted at warmer temperatures. Seeds should be planted directly into well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter. It may be necessary to provide something suitable for any climbing vines.
Onion sets or bulbs can be grown in the same type soil as peas and can be planted at the same time. However, since they have a small root system, these guys will need plenty of space to grow and little competition for the soil.
Gardening plants such as beets, radishes, carrots, and turnips require rich, well-drained growing beds. Keep the soil moist and thin as necessary. The home gardener might also consider planting lettuce, spinach and garlic for variety. Leaf lettuce will usually yield a greater harvest than head lettuce and will have fewer growing problems.
Bean plants can grow either as a bush or as a climbing plant. Bush beans and peas are recommended if used in small space gardening such as container gardening.
Whatever gardening plants you choose to use, pay special attention to maintaining weed control through shallow cultivation and hand-pulling. The soil for peas and beans should be kept moist and overhead watering should be done early in the day to help prevent the occurrence of leaf diseases that can manifest if the leaves remain wet over night.