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Potted plants in small garden spaces

April 13, 2015 Filed under Gardening in small spaces

There are lots of ways to make the most of your small garden space.  You may not be able to grow the range of vegetables your parents and grandparetns grew on the bigger slices of land that were typical in the mid-late 20th century.  But that doesn’t mean you need to go without a garden at all. Check out these suggestions from Jane Wrigglesworth

I’m amazed at what some older people are doing in the retirement villages where they often only have a few square meters around their front and back door.  I’ve seen some raised gardens where they grow enough vegetables to be almost self sufficient.  Not a bad achievement.

For more garden and other ideas have a look at our Pinterest posts.

Home Harvest raised garden beds

July 4, 2011 Filed under Growing vegetables

Do you appreciate the quality of fresh, chemical-free, organic vegetables?

If you would like an organic vegetable garden but don’t have the time or the knowledge to build and maintain one all by yourself then Home Harvest can help you. Read more

No dig vegetable garden

February 15, 2010 Filed under Gardening in small spaces

A “no-dig’ vegetable garden is developed by raising the level of the soil above ground level so you get a good depth of soil without digging down below the lawn or other such surface.

You can create a no-dig garden Read more

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