Tomatoes are a versatile and delicious vegetable that can be grown in small spaces, such as containers or hanging baskets.
They require plenty of sunlight, water, and support as they grow, but can be relatively easy to care for.
With proper care and pruning, you can expect to have a bounty of fresh, juicy tomatoes all summer long that you can then turn into sauces, chutneys and much more for the winter.
2.) Peppers / Chillies
Whether you are a fan of sweet or hot peppers; they are another great option for small-space gardening.
They can be grown in containers or raised beds, and come in a variety of colours and flavours. They require plenty of sunlight and water, but are generally low-maintenance if you can get them grown early enough.
With a little patience, you can harvest your own peppers for use in salads, stir-fries, and other vibrant dishes.
3.) Salad Greens
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance vegetable that can be grown in almost any space, consider salad greens.
These include lettuce, rocket, spinach, and other leafy greens that can be grown in containers or raised beds.
They require minimal care and can be harvested multiple times throughout the growing season… A “cut and come again” plant.
Cucumbers are a refreshing vegetable that can be grown in containers or hanging baskets.
They require plenty of sunlight, water, and support as they grow, but are relatively easy to care for.
With proper care, you can expect to have a bounty of fresh, crunchy cucumbers all summer long…
Plus they don’t have to all be long and green, you could grow pickling cucumbers, round lemon like ones and so much more.
Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables that you can eat packed with nutrients and it is incredibly versatile too.
It also grows for a long long time, you can keep picking leaves from it and it will continue to produce for almost an entire year.
It can be grown in pots, small garden spaces in between plants, or grow bags.. and there are many different varieties to grow from green curly, to purple tipped, and long black cavolo nero.
While not technically a vegetable, herbs are a great addition to any small-space garden.
They can be grown in containers or hanging baskets, and require minimal care.
Plus, they can be used to add flavour and aroma to a variety of dishes, from soups and stews to salads and marinades.
You simply cannot beat cooking with freshly picked herbs.
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