➡ Growing Blueberries in Containers Good news! It’s easy to grow blueberries in containers on your deck or patio. That’s a boon for small-space gardeners—and it’s fun to have the berries to pick at the outdoor breakfast table even when you have a blueberry hedge elsewhere in your yard. Blueberries are at the top of the health-boosting hit parade and they’re popular with all ages.
A container vegetable garden that's very easy to take care of and it keeps veggies that spread in their place! (Note: I have gone to all-container gardening in my drought-ridden Central Coast backyard! With water restrictions in place, it just doesn't make sense to spray water in the sand and hope the plants survive. This is a MUCH more effective way to conserve water, and still enjoy fresh veggies! ~SH)
Who has room for a garden? We have a small yard, with only a side-yard exposed to the sun. Using raised beds I've been able to cram a garden into a small amount of space. My only fear is that my neighbor might build a fence! (Then no more sun). So I just keep their view looking very neat.