Everone these days seems to have a fiddle-leaf fig or devil’s ivy or a couple of each. Caring for houseplants can provide a sense of calmness and serenity, so we get the desire to do so. A bit of greenery is always good for the soul.
But what if we took that fiddle-leaf fig obsession a step further and launched it into your very own vegetable garden?
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a giant backyard to have a nice garden. You really only need a windowsill that provides a good amount of sunlight or a tiny outdoor space that gives you enough room to grow a handful of tomatoes, carrots and cukes.
Here’s how to get up close and personal with nature by setting up your very own vegetable garden.