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Anyone with a small outdoor space with a little sun whether it’s a balcony, patio, or a few window sills - can grow a substantial proportion of their fresh food in containers.
Growing your own food reduces waste (you only pick what you need) and you’re not buying excess plastic. Other food waste like coffee grounds and compostables can also be recycled in a composter to create fertiliser.
Growing in containers offers all the benefits of food growing, but with the bonus that it is quite literally on your doorstep. It also means you can arrange your containers for optimal sunlight depending on what you’re growing.
Information and articles about growing your own.
These fail proof crops will get you started and leave you feeling sucessful after your first growing season.
The soil in which you grow your veg and fruits is vital to its sucess as a crop. Who knew soil could be so important and diverse.
You can grow food if you don’t have a balcony, use recycled materials in the process, while also getting fresh saladgreens all year round.
Depending on the space available to you, you can customise what and how you grow to what is availble. Here are some tips and tricks for growing in different small spaces.
Some plants just absolutely love each other. They GrowUp together and thrive if their roots occupy a different depth of soil. For urban farming this is perfect, especially in containers.
Raising your beds if you do have garden space or even a patio are makes gardening that little bit easier and more efficient
Kitchen Gardens are categorised into various meanings, we call a kitchen garden a window box or farm that
provides salad and herbs