How to grow your own vegetables in small spaces

You don't need an allotment to grow your own grub - even the smallest space can give you a tasty crop with a bit of planning. Here's some suggestions and tips on growing vegetables in even the tiniest spot.

Pick the closest match to your space from the list below to see a slideshow on how to use it to get the best out of your Dig In seeds.

Growing your own vegetables on a windowsill

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Find out how to grow your own vegetables on even the smallest windowsill.

View the Windowsill slideshow

Balcony

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Floors away from the ground? Learn how to grow vegetables on your balcony.

View the Balcony slideshow

How to grow your own vegetables in a backyard or patio

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Even the barest backyard can become a productive vegetable patch with a little bit of imagination.

View the Backyard slideshow

Learn how to set up a vegetable patch to grow your own

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Make the most of even the tiniest patch and you'll be surprised at how many of your own vegetables you can grow.

View the Veg Patch slideshow

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