The trendy gardener: Miniature vegetable garden

Come April, you can start growing microgreens that can be harvested in no time.



Be creative! Reuse old containers to arrange your new mini vegetable garden.

  1. Use an old toolbox you no longer need.
  2. Drill holes to facilitate drainage.
  3. Fill in with soil containing compost, peat moss and perlite.
  4. Seed or transplant vegetable seedlings that grow well in cool temperatures.

I particularly recommend growing cabbage, broccoli, mustard, onions and spinach.
All done! Now, water your miniature vegetable garden and take it out on your patio when the temperature reaches 5 °C.

Rain or shine, be trendy when gardening!