By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
I was standing in the grocery store the other day and heard a woman talking about produce prices.
Her friend suggested that she grow some of her own but to my dismay she said she could not.
This answer was not based on skill but the fact that she had no land.
This lack of what she viewed as gardening space is what prevented her from growing her own. As you can imagine, I had to respond and in doing so told her that there were several ways she could garden.
Since we were standing in line to pay, I only suggested the top 3 ways one could garden without land. If you are one of those who have no land to garden and would like to grow some of your own food, then explore these 3 garden alternatives.
1 Garden in a Soil Bag
Gardening in a bag of soil is a great technique for the gardener who is a little on the lazy side. This technique is great for tomatoes, peppers, lettuces, and squash, just to name a few.
Planting in a bag of soil is simple and only Read the rest of this entry »