So you don't have a huge yard, but still want a garden. You can totally have a cute place for growing plants even if you have a postage stamp yard, or no yard at all. Check out these tiny gardens and I think you'll see just what I mean.
You can grow this little garden indoors or out.
Short on space? A hanging garden is the obvious solution.
No tiny garden is complete without a little gnome.
Even a tiny patch of yard can become a fabulous garden.
Maximize your garden space by planting things on a small roof.
Even if there's no dirt in your outdoor space, you can still grow some plants in pots.
Creeping plants that grow on the wall are perfect for small gardens.
Just because a space is small doesn't mean you can't have a lot of plants in it.
No, this space isn't large, but it uses all available surfaces to grow things.
Create privacy in a small space by planting things that grow tall.
This tiny courtyard is the perfect place to grow a little garden.
The gardener here makes great use of space by turning the fence into its own patch of garden.
This tiny house and tiny yard are absolutely perfect, don't you think?
There might not be a ton of space here, but what little there is makes great use of space.
Living in a garden is no excuse to not have an adorable little garden.
This garden might be tiny, but it looks like the perfect place to sit and relax.
Here's another tiny garden that you could grow inside or outside.
The plants in this garden define the space while also providing shade.
Isn't this tiny herb garden adorable? I love the little signs!
Could you do this in your outdoor space?
Even if all you have is a fence, you can still have a garden.
Do you have a tiny outdoor space? Are you ready to grow a tiny garden? Which one is your favorite?
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