The lack of physical space should never be a barrier to growing things.
Grow host Patrick Murphy said people living on slopes, in urban areas or folks in townhomes who have little outdoor space can still enjoy planting a small space garden.
- Your best bet is to use pots. And don't scrimp on the plants and other materials. If you only have a little space to fill, you can go all out.
- Containerized trees and large woody ornamental plants are best for mall space gardening in pots.
- Consider witch hazel, dwarf lilacs or Japanese maples.
- Annual grasses look great. Add low vegetation like sweet potato vine, or lemon thyme.