If you have just a small place to grow your vegetables you might try a micro-garden.

They can be as small as a single pot-plant on a window sill.

Smallest gardens can be most productive

Small areas around flats can be some of the most productive food producing areas on the planet.

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From this small garden, this season, Sister Mary Heremaia has harvested; Berry Berry vine 20 litres, Strawberries 20 litres, Rasberries 10 litres, Black Currant 5 litres, Gala Apples (this is the first year of fruit) 12 apples, Crab apples (First year also) 2 apples, Meyer lemon trees (2nd year) 12 fruit, mango tree (last year 12 fruit), Feijoa tree still to fruit.

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With planning and care, this garden has out-produced much larger gardens.

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Tending the microgarden, Sister Heremaia shows Rebekah how to look after her food-crop plants.

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Her small garden is also very restful and beautiful.

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Sister Mary Heremaia also has fun areas in her garden.