All of these tomatoes, from the smoky Black Krims to the small yellow pear tomatoes, grew in my small-space vegetable garden.
Some grew in the postage-stamp sized 6 x 8 vegetable bed, but most were harvested from my patio container garden.
After years of experimenting with growing vegetables in containers, I’ve learned what works best.
I’ve also learned that gardeners can grow just about any fruit, vegetable and herb in a small-space garden.
All of those tips and tricks for growing vegetables in small spaces are packed into my Craftsy online gardening class. In seven video sessions, I share all of my gardening secrets.
To celebrate summer, I’m offering my class at a special discount. Just follow this link to sign up now and you’ll save $20 on Vegetable Gardening: Innovative Small Space Solutions!
Would you believe several thousand gardeners from around the world have already taken my class?!
I’ve heard from small-space gardeners as far away as Italy and Germany and as close as New Mexico, South Dakota and Florida.
They’ve asked questions, shared pictures of their gardens and reviewed the class giving it a 4.5 out of 5. Here are just a few comments:
“This class is so full of delicious techniques and tidbits, I can hardly wait to get started on my own little garden!”
“I could look and listen to this video over and over again.”
“I learned so much in this course! I especially loved the bit on indoor gardening.”
“Great instructor and class for beginners.”
“It’s full of information, yet also quite accessible.”
“What a great way to learn this gardening technique right here on the couch!”
If you’d like to see a preview of the class, please view this video trailer.
I hope you’ll take advantage of the special summer discount — and then let me know how your small-space vegetable garden grows!