I have neighbors on all four sides and some of them are a little on the "particular" side (some might call it "picky" even). A few of them mow their yards twice per week and I have no doubt if it rained a little bit more one of them would probably go to mowing three times a week.
With that as a backdrop, I wanted to share some pictures of our small backyard food production strategy which includes 10 Earthboxes, a 4' x 4' above ground bed, a 4' x 20' in ground bed, 4 miscellaneous containers, and a canvas bag hanging from a metal pole made for holding bird feeders.
|Strawberrie in a repurposed flower pot|
|A hanging bag laying horizontal|
|A "hanging" bag|
|An Earthbox growing peas|
|Above ground bed with onions, radishes, carrots, and two blackberry bushes.|