How you can grow your own food in 2019
There’s a lot of ways even limited space can be used to grow your own food. With preparation, even paved yards can be turned into impressive gardens. Innovative methods such as vertical gardening can even turn cramped gardens into productive allotments.
By adding even small garden planters to your yard you can quickly establish a variety of small fruit trees or berry plants, herbs or even small vegetables like radishes and chives. With care and attention these smaller plants can produce a crop in a few months- perfect for introducing children to gardening.
For those with even less space, hanging baskets are an attractive and simple option that are simple and cheap to set up. Ideal for summer crops like strawberries or even cucumbers, these versatile containers also add an appealing visual aspect to homes and gardens.
If you really want to get stuck into growing your own food, or you lack the space, you could consider an allotment. This will give you all the space you need to develop large, productive vegetable crops such as root crops, while also providing room to experiment with more diverse seasonal crops. You can also consider growing very large crops to capitalise on the available space. This would include things like squashes and rhubarb, cane-based plants like beans, or berry trees and fruit bushes.