Think you don't have enough room to green up your act? My Tiny Garden Farm is bursting with innovative ideas and savvy solutions to help you transform any small space into a slice of the good life.
With forest plots, urban orchards and amazing allotments, we've unearthed over 25 exciting spaces. Meet the Kent College showing local schools how to deal with ducks, the Brooklyn inner city community gardeners who are growing nuts, and Devonshire couple who have filled their front yard with edible flowers.
You'll pick up all the best tips and tricks as each gardener shares their smallscale expertise, from super seed swaps to mastering seasonal gluts. Plus, practical projects including building a plant ladder, constructing a hedge fence and improving your chicken coop will help you make the most of every inch.
Whether you're looking to grow backgarden veg in a bucket, build a bee nest, or go the whole hog with your plot, get inspired, let your imagination grow and enjoy your tiny garden farm.
About the Author
Francine Raymond is a bestselling author and an expert on keeping chickens. Francine writes a regular gardening column for the Sunday Telegraph, as well as features for Country Living Magazine, Gardens Illustrated and The Poultry Press. Francine's website, The Kitchen Garden focuses on homegrown style and those who love to make the most of their gardens - however tiny. Bill Mason is an experienced lifestyle photographer and book designer. He has an established smallholding at his family home in the South-East of England, where he keeps pigs and grows all his own vegetables.