You can grow a great garden in a sunny location with a few pots, some seeds, and a source of water nearby. Windowsills, patios, greenhouses, sunrooms and rooftops are all spaces where plants can live happily. An amazing array of vegetables will adapt to small space vegetable gardening.
Container gardening can be done by anyone with limited space. If you have a small patio or a balcony or even a small yard, you can do container gardening. No matter how much space you don’t have you can still grow a garden by using containers. This includes those who live in an apartment or city. Here are some great books to get you started in the right direction.
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All New Square Foot Gardening
Do you know what the best feature is in All New Square Foot Gardening? Sure, there are ten new features in this all-new, updated book. Sure, it's even simpler than it was before. Of course, you don't have to worry about fertilizer or poor soil ever again because you'll be growing above the ground. Read More >>
Grow Great Grub: Organic Food from Small Spaces
Grow Great Grub packs in tips and essential information. Whether you’re looking to eat on a budget or simply experience the pleasure of picking tonight’s meal from right outside your door, this is the must-have book for small-space gardeners—no backyard required. Read More >>
Incredible Vegetables from Self-Watering Containers: Using Ed's Amazing POTS System
Lifelong gardener Ed Smith became fascinated with the possibilities of self-watering containers and began testing dozens of vegetables in various containers, experimenting with nutrients, soil mixtures, plant varieties, and container positioning. Read More >>
McGee & Stuckey's Bountiful Container: Create Container Gardens of Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, and Edible Flowers
McGee (Basic Herb Cookery) and veteran gardening writer Stuckey (Gardening from the Ground Up) share their expertise and experience in the art of container gardening. Read More >>
The Vegetable Gardener's Bible
Based on W-O-R-D: Wide rows, Organic methods, Raised beds, Deep soil. With deep, raised beds, vegetable roots have more room to grow and expand. In traditional narrow-row beds, over half the soil is compacted into walkways while a garden with wide, deep, raised beds, plants get to use most of the soil.. Read More >>