Square-foot gardening makes efficient use of space. It's an especially helpful method for beginner gardeners.
Backyard gardens can be grown in traditional in-ground rows, raised garden beds, or a mixture of both. They cater to multi-use requirements.
Raised beds are excellent for difficult areas such as stony, compacted, contaminated, very wet, or nutrient-poor soils.
Kitchen gardens blend vegetables, fruit, herbs, and flowers together. They're planted and replanted throughout the season for a continuous supply of fresh food.
A homestead garden is usually larger than a typical backyard garden. It's grown as either a self-sufficient lifestyle choice or a market garden.
If your garden is small, make the best use of the space you have with clever planting techniques and the right crops.
Gardening can flourish even when water is scarce. Raised garden beds, mulching, and water-efficient crops are all important for gardening in dry climates.