Successful Organic Gardening in a limited space almost sounds to good to be true, but it can be accomplished. One example of gardening in limited spaces is "vertical gardening." It can also be very cheap to setup the project, with many of the materials costing you nothing. Does it sound to good to be true? Well, it is true!
First you obtain your free vertical framework by simply finding stores in you area that have wooden pallets that they want to give away for free. Many times, the stores receive goods on the pallets, and do not have the means to send them back for reloading.
There are several different size pallets, so you be the judge of which ones will work for you. When you get the pallets home, you would need to use one, or several for its spare lumber. The reason for this is that boards must be fitted across the bottom of each row of wood runners as shown in the video.
You can lean the pallet against a strong fence, or place two opposite each other so that the top edges lean into each other to form what looks like a pup tent. Once you have the pallets in place, fill the open areas that run horizontally across the pallets, with organic matter of your choice. It is good if the organic matter is in a compost type form so you already have your fertilizer in place. The seeds or small plants should then be placed in the open rows, and you have the makings of a very productive garden in a very limited space. Don't forget to keep them watered.
Be sure and watch the video on this page, and you should be ready to get started. Please make sure that all the plants get proper sunshine, and remember, "KGO" (Keep Growing Organic).