1. THINK FLEXIBLE. When you’re short on planting shelves try a trolley. Trolleys have the added advantage of being easily movable, which can be helpful for finding sunny spots, or ferrying herbs to the table.
2. THE GREEN DIVIDE. Room dividers are a great way to make a vertical garden that not only doesn’t take up much room but also makes a fresh way to separate your homes living areas.
4. THE INBETWEENERS. The space between windows can also be prime real estate for growing. We used this wall organiser so we could properly make use of the rooms height.
5. EXTEND ON OUT. Of course if you have a railing or a balcony an easy way to extend your garden is by using it for hanging pots. Maybe you’ve even got a neighbour who wouldn’t mind if you borrowed theirs?