Nowhere to grow?

Even if you don't have much of a garden or backyard you can still grow food in containers. You'll be surprised as to how much can be grown in a pot. A couple of pots can produce all the salad greens you can eat during the summer.
For those who are more ambitious, and want to grow all of their vegetables, but still don't have the space you will have to look further afield. You may be lucky to find a friend or neighbour who is willing to lend you the use of their garden. In return you can split your crop with them.
Another alternative is an allotment. These are plots of land rented out by your local council. They are getting and more popular so you may well have to go on a waiting list. Travel around your town and you will see plots of land set aside for vegetable growing. They will have a sign on the front gate with a phone number with which to enquire about getting a plot.
Take a look at the National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners for more information.

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