Small Yard

I can’t grow Food. My yard is too small!

It probably is if you’re thinking of a “traditional” garden with rows two or three feet apart, room for the rototiller!

Garden Companions

But gardeners have discovered that many plants enjoy cohabiting in closer quarters. A small raised bed, carefully managed, can produce a surprising amount of food.



You don’t even need a yard: it’s amazing what you can grow in pots on your patio or in a vertical space.

The picture below shows tomatoes grown upside-down in water bottles. Basil is growing from the top.

Upside Down Tomatoes
grow in water bottles.

How do I start gardening in  small spaces and containers ?

Attend GrowFoodCalgary seminars where our expert gardeners teach you how to grow your own food, no matter how small your yard!