Limited Space Gardening
Spring has finally settled in its warm climate and it means that we can finally start our planting projects. However, if you live in an urban area or a house with no large outdoor property, that might be quite puzzling for a starting gardener. Fortunately, there are many other ways to enjoy gardening even in limited space.
Small Garden Ideas
Herbs in Container Gardening by FriendsFoodReview
Container gardening is a classy solution to the limited space problem. You can still satisfy your desire for gardening, while taking up a little bit of space. Basically container gardening is used with indoor plants, such as orchids, lilies, however the concept can be extended beyond this. Popular kitchen gardening includes container gardening for herbs.
When the space is concerned there is no better way to save it as going upwards. Vertical gardening can be understood in multiple variations, including the mentioned above container gardening, but in the upward position. The bonus of this gardening technique is that it can be used even indoors.
Windowsill Strawberry Gardening by Blake Royer
You have probably seen windowsill gardening numerous times in the country side. This type of gardening is also gaining popularity in the urban areas. When planting in a windowsill box you can make a contrast with different height of plants. Windowsill gardening can be used both indoors and outdoors.
If you do have a little bit of your own land, you can indulge your gardening urges by going with raised-bed gardening. Raised-bed gardening is following the principles of container gardening, except the containers are made from wood and are dug deeply into the soil. With raised-bed gardening you can plant vegetable and fruit. Also particularly popular are the herb gardening as well. Raised-bed gardening is also great if you want to plant greenery for specific meals, such as pizza garden. So now you know that despite limited space, you can still have your own share of gardening experience.