One of the perks of living in San Diego is that one can garden all year round. The variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbs that can grow in this climate are countless. Do not be discouraged if you live in an apartment or have very limited back yard space. There are many creative ways to get a garden started.
One of the great things about plants is that most plants don’t require a lot of space making gardening a viable option for most. If your place of residence does not have a huge back ground, one can consider having a potted garden. A potted garden is one where all plants are placed in pots. This not only helps with enabling one to have a versatile garden, the garden becomes mobile meaning it can relocate much easier.
Some of the plants that you can get started with are mint, rosemary, aloe, basil, and oregano. Visit your local health food stores, and you will likely be able to find the organic versions of these plants. These plants can serve to spice up many dishes, be used in tea, and the aloe can be used on hair, skin, and for internal cleansing. Other plants that can thrive in pots include, dwarf lemon or lime plants, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, and lettuce.
Determine what plants you and your family use most in the kitchen, and look into the ideal time to get their seeds in soil for a successful harvest. Remember, if you can’t grow out you can grow up. There are many creative ways to garden with limited space.