Homegrown tastes SO good…There’s nothing like fresh-picked vegetables and herbs, chock full of flavor. And when you grow your own, there are so many varieties to choose from so you’re never bored with your food!
Good News! You don’t need a lot of space to grow your own greens!
In this video, Stacey shares how much (or little) garden space you need to grow greens for your entire family. She will help you discover the space you need for YOUR garden!
Your garden doesn’t have to be big to yield big results or bring you joy. Sometimes the tiniest gardens are the ones that make the biggest impact.
If you’re growing greens, you ARE a gardener!
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Helpful information, even mentioning how you like to face your garden bed to the south and focusing on small plants to grow. My garden was a big disappointment this past summer also.
Great advise thank you, encouraging me to take up after disappointment last year
Great content. Thank you.
What abut giving us info on Hot, Dry, low rainfall areas. It is RARELY offered
Great tips for people wondering what they can plant to make the maximum use of the space they have available.
Thank you, Stacey. This is a very helpful video to learn what would be possible to grow in a small amount of space, and how far it would go to feeding us.
Thank you Stacey. I really enjoyed watching this video about what to grow and the space it needs. I had not thought about breaking it down into what I actually use per meal per day! Thanks for this. I hope you’re having a great week! Many hugs, Barbara from Sydney xoxoxo PS I grow most of my needs in containers on my verandah, which is enclosed, because when I tried planting them in my yard, the wombats came and ate them!
WILLING TO LEARN MORE
Keen TO LEARN MORE
She really knows her stuff. I had watched her before she was on The Grow Network – glad to see she has been getting a bigger audience.