Micro-Gardening

25 Small Urban Garden Design Ideas

For those of you who live in smaller spaces, but still want to indulge your green thumb, below are some great ideas for urban gardening. Give them a try! #1 Glass Terrarium  #2 Window Boxes #3 Potted Hanging Plants #4 Vertical Garden #5 Gated Container Garden #6 Balcony Container Garden #7 Chalkboard Pallet Garden #8 DIY Stair Micro Garden #9 Small Space Berry Garden #10 Modular Cylinder Planters #11 Raised Garden #12

Micro Farming in the Suburbs

Hi, it’s Marty Ware from Marty’s Garden. “Micro Farming in the Suburbs” I am a small space micro farmer from Byron Bay Australia and I run a show in YouTube all about Growing Food in Urban Places and Small Spaces. If you would like to learn more from me please subscribe to my channel as I have new videos coming every week to help you grow fresh healthy, tasty food

Small english garden ideas

Garden ideas can spring up anywhere. Look at gorgeous garden photos to get some great garden ideas for your backyard.Good design is essential for small space gardens. If you have limited room to grow as many of us do in urban areas, maximising the area you can garden in and wise Design principles help achieve an attractive, appealing place to live and enjoy your garden. Here is an example of

Big Ideas for Micro Living: Trending in North America

  Co-authored with Emily Rodgers Micro Living Trends in North America Though it’s been the European norm for ages, many North Americans are now making the choice to sacrifice the comfort of a large living space. There are several reasons for this lifestyle shift, which can be entirely dependent on the individual. Perhaps they desire convenience, which is usually out of the question when you have to manage and care

Growing Microgreens Indoors

Getting Started Select a shallow plastic container with drainage holes, such as a nursery flat or prepackaged-salad box (either clear or opaque plastic boxes work). Fill the container with 11/2 to 2 inches of moistened organic potting mix. Cut a piece of cardboard to fit inside the container. Gently press the cardboard onto the soil to create a flat, even surface. Microgreen Seeds Mesclun seed mixes are a good choice

Clever Plant Container Ideas

DIY – Make Your Own Garden Planters Why buy new when you can DIY and save money?  Need a little inspiration to get your garden started in a container?  Check out what some amazingly creative people around the globe have used to grow a garden in – just about everything! Ideas for Repurposed Planters … INCLUDING the Kitchen Sink! Stuck for where to start?  Looking for inspiration for what to

Micro-Gardening

Not everyone can enjoy the luxury of a large yard. But even apartment dwellers can grow plants for food and add a little nature to their lives. CREATING VIBRANT AND useful gardens on small urban plots can be a challenge owing to limited space, shade from buildings and trees, and lead contamination. It is important to use space wisely and efficiently to boost utility and appeal. Start the process by

How to Grow Micro Greens Indoors

To grow micro greens indoors you’ll need seeds, a plastic container Photo by: Photo: Jodi Torpey While I’m waiting for the weather to decide it really is spring, I decided to plant a container of windowsill micro greens. I just had to satisfy my green thumb that’s been itching to get planting for months. Would you like to grow along with me? I’ve grown micro greens outside before, but iffy weather

Inspiring Small Garden Spaces

  Having a garden is not all about doing … one of the wonderful things about outdoor living spaces is finding a nook to sit and reflect … to observe, sip a glass of wine or grab a mug of steaming coffee and the paper … and just‘be.’ So what does your reflective space look like? Take a Seat! Whether you love formal, country charm, something modern or rustic –