Many people find that they actually enjoy their time spent gardening when they have limited outdoor space because of how much easier it makes things like watering plants and harvesting vegetables.
So any time spent outside in a garden, big or small, is time worth spending! If you live in the city or are short on space, don’t worry! You can still have a vegetable garden.
Wherever you choose to garden, look for an area with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight, good air circulation, and adequate space for your pots or garden.
Checking the daily sunlight requirements, care requirements, and watering needs will help you figure out the plant you want is a good fit.
Choosing pots and planters with proper drainage is the most important factor for your small-space garden.
Salad greens, tomatoes, peppers, and smaller varieties of squash plants will do perfectly fine in the right-sized container. You can definitely grow delicious vegetables in a small garden!