Gardening plants such as tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and squash, along with many others, are excellent for small space gardening and provide a healthy alternative to the typical flowers, shrubs and other non-edible plants.
Watering our small space gardening container plants doesn’t have to be chore. This is a task that we can assign to our plants and let them take on moisture as they please. Try watering from the bottom.
If you are looking to make your small space gardening a little less back breaking and easier on the joints, then you need to consider raised bed gardening. For more information continue ….
The small space gardening gardener wishing to take proper care of his or her garden will let the garden tell them when it is time for a drink. Just like with humans, there are different stages of growth, with each requiring its own attention.
The most important of gardening tips is to ensure that the foundation of our artistic masterpiece of a garden, our soil, is in tip top shape. In this post we look a some tips for testing our soil for pH level and for Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium levels.
Gardening tools come in all shapes, sizes, and price ranges. However, you can begin your small space gardening with a few basic tools and can be working the soil with a minimum investment. Here we provide suggestions for tools for the small space gardener.
Container gardening allows for much greater freedom in personalizing your garden. Choose whatever type of container that will hold adequate soil, grab your tools and seeds or plants and start designing with the added benefit of fresh veggies.
Growing vegetables in your backyard or on your patio allows you to bring the freshness of your favorite vegetables to your fingertips on demand. Choosing what to plant isn’t difficult. Read on for some popular choices. Part 2 of a 3 part series.
Treat your gardening tools right and they will give you many years of use for your small space gardening.
The fruits and vegetables of our small space gardening plot has been plentiful and delicious. The growing season seems so short. In this first post of a 2 part post we look at a couple of gardening tips to extend the season.