Even if you lack the garden space to have your own edible garden in your backyard, being able to plant fruits and vegetables is probably still within your reach. Container gardening also gives you the option of tucking your planters away in your shed when you need more room for entertaining, or when the season is coming to an end. Through the colder seasons, it’s ideal to be able to store gardening containers in the shelter of a shed to protect them from the elements so you can pull them out the following Spring.
And there’s a wide variety of container and pot-friendly fruits and vegetables that require minimal space and grow just as they would if they were in an outdoor garden. In fact, just about any reasonably sized vegetable or fruit would grow well in a container as long as the container is big enough to accommodate it. You don’t have to resort to the dwarf varieties, either, which don’t yield as much. Here are some ideas:
Don’t let a small space stop you from taking advantage of all of the wonders of growing your own fruits and vegetables at home.
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