Back Yard Gardens- a kitchen extension
Grow your own fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers!
With careful planning and preparation, you can create a beautiful and productive garden that allows you to reap the financial, environmental and wellbeing benefits of gardening.
If you're looking for plants that don't take up much space- look into chard, spring onions, leafy herbs such as dill and parsley and edible flowers such as viola are all great options for those with limited space.
Not only do these plants require minimal space to grow, but they also provide a variety of flavors and colors to your kitchen garden. With a little bit of care and attention, these plants can be grown in even the smallest of spaces!
If you have a wall that you can attach a trellis to, you can make use of your vertical space by growing climbing plants like beans and cucumbers upward.
This is an excellent way to maximize your garden space and get the most out of it. You can also grow other types of plants such as tomatoes, squash, and melons on the trellis for added variety.