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Small-Space Gardening 101

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Gardening Lovers Know that no matter how big or small your garden space, there's always room to grow something spectacular.

And for those with small spaces or a lack of time, small-space gardening can be a fun and easy way to grow without the stress of weeds or furry friends to intervene. Here are some tips on how to garden in small spaces.


One of the easiest ways to use your green thumb in a small area is to plant herbs. Typically, these plants do not need a large area, so they fit well on windowsills or on countertops. They'll also add a wonderful aroma to any room and are fully accessible for cooking.

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Gardening in small spaces can be very simple and enjoyable. However, there are a few things gardeners should keep in mind when growing plants, flowers or herbs in these tiny locations. Here are five key tips for making your small-space garden a success:

1. Spacing
2. Watering
3. Soil
4. Pruning
5. Sunlight

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Container gardening is another way to garden in a small space. Anything from colanders and recycled teapots to wheelbarrows and kiddie pools make great containers for your plants or small garden.

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