If you only have a small yard or even just a balcony, there are still ways for you to have a garden. Whether you want to grow vegetables or flowers, think outside of the box and use some of these ideas for inspiration as you get your small gardens started this year!
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If you have an empty wall, use that space for planters! Not only will it add visual interest and cover up what could be an eyesore, it'll give you room for your plants. Look for instructions on how to make your own vertical garden here.
An empty corner can be converted into a tiered garden by making these planter boxes. In a small backyard, this might be the perfect way to incorporate your plants.
If you only have a narrow space, this vertical garden made from file organizers is your solution! Stack them as high as you want for maximum growing area and maximum impact.
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If you only have a balcony, consider suspending your pots! Find the tutorial on how to make this vertical garden here.
For an easy tiered garden, stacking pots is the way to go. Even though this is small and compact, there is still plenty of room for any plants you want to grow. Instructions on how to make this planter are found here.
Good luck cultivating your green thumb this year! If you're living in a home with limited yard space, how have you fit in a garden? Share ideas and links below!