Spring is here and once the weather warms up a little bit more, it will be time to start planting gardens. In fact, many people have already started plants indoors near windows to make sure they are strong enough to withstand rough Manitoba weather. Of course, not everyone has a large plot of garden land where they can grow tons of flowers and many different kinds of vegetables. So what if you have only a small space to garden or a small budget that doesn’t allow you to grow everything you would like? Here are some great Gardening Ideas for Small Spaces and Small Budgets!
This DIY Pallet Garden is great when you don’t have the soil space for a garden. It also eliminates weeding and allows you to plant many different types of vegetables in one location:
This Vertical Flower Garden takes approximately one hour to complete and will brighten up any deck or outdoor space:
Have a dark, shaded area and want to add a pop of color with flowers? Check out which plants thrive in shade:
Find out what you need to do while gardening on a budget:
Here’s a great resource on how to build a salad garden at home:
Of course, if you just can’t get a garden set up at your home, or don’t have time to tend to one, you can always join a Garden Fresh CSA club that allows you to pick up fresh produce every week for a fee:
Kids often want to be involved in planting and harvesting the vegetables. This is a great way to get them to eat different types of veggies as well. Get your child their own real gardening set perfect for their size and small hands:
What gardening tips for small spaces and small budgets do you have?