Creating a thriving garden in a small space is not impossible. Not everyone has a large backyard, but gardening shouldn’t be limited to only those fortunate enough to have a lot of space to grow.
Whether you have a zero-radius lot, an intimate patio, or just a balcony several stories off the ground, you might be surprised at some of the clever design tricks you can use to create growing space almost anywhere.
No space is too small or too oddly-shaped for a thriving garden! A small space can come to life with the right mix of heights, fun objects, and fine-foliage plants.
From cramped and narrow side yards to growing vertically along flat walls, nothing is off-limits. In this encore episode, professional garden designers Rebecca Sweet and Susan Morrison give us tips to deal with many pesky small-space gardening challenges.
This episode is an encore of Episode 214. Click here to find the show notes and resources from the original airing.
Links & Resources
For more information on the plantable wall pockets seen in this episode, visit Woolly Pockets.