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!
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.
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!
My kids don’t eat vegetables so why would I bother with a garden?
Kids that dig around in the soil, plant seeds, weed and water plants love to eat the food they have grown. The more veggies kids eat, the healthier they are and the healthier choices they make.
Our society has it backwards. We start children on processed food and we struggle to teach them to eat real food.
Give your kids a patch of garden of their own. They’ll eat vegetables.
How do you teach a child to garden if you don’t know how?
Come to GrowFood Calgary where our expert gardeners will teach you how to grow your own food. You can share time in the garden with your children and be enjoying your own produce all summer!