Instead of increasing the size, how about growing more vegetables by extending the growing season? This article, written by a veteran of urban gardening, gives you nine ways to do exactly that.
These methods will help you:
*take tomatoes and peppers through a light freeze;
*keep root vegetables alive into the winter months;
*double – sometimes triple – the amount of food you harvest form one plant;
*prevent an unmanageable amount of produce from overloading your kitchen all at one time;
With small gardens, you need to use your space as wisely as possible. The methods in this 2900-word article show you how to grow vegetables before and after their natural growing season, making you the wisest urban gardener in your neighborhood!
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Emily Josephine has been studying, teaching and writing on the subject of natural health and nutrition since the late 1990s. A health nut and a homesteader, she can be found, at various times, harvesting fresh produce from her garden, managing the household finances, making fresh milk yogurt, and homeschooling her son. Her passion is to help others create the most healthy, fulfilling life possible, while working tirelessly to improve her own.