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Ask a Master Gardener: How to garden in small spaces

IF SPACE IS an issue, tomato and pepper seedlings can be planted using vertical growing supports in an elevated garden, allowing room to include other crops such as basil and marigolds in a small-space garden. Photo / Deborah J. Benoit

You don’t need a lot of land to have a garden. It doesn’t even matter if the usable space in your yard is the size of an area rug or if you live in a second floor apartment with no yard.

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