Container Gardening is not as hard as it looks
When it comes to fresh and local — what’s better than your own back porch or window sill?
For those of us who live in the city, in an apartment or a condo, with very limited outdoor space it has always been difficult to grow vegetables. But small space gardening is possible and well worth the effort, so you can eat healthier and tastier veggies without spending a bundle at the supermarket.
Container Gardening is a great way to fill up those small outdoor spaces
If you have a small patio or a balcony or even a small patch of yard, you can do container gardening. Growing vegetables need 6 hours or more of sunlight, sufficient watering and good drainage so keep this in mind when planning your container garden. It’s always best to start small, and you could start with some herbs, tomato plants, and peppers.