Growing in a small space may feel daunting but I love all the exciting opportunities it offers up to cultivate a very particular set of plants which will thrive in this environment and support wildlife. Gardeners developing plots of this nature often select small plants which are dotted around the outside edges of the plot. This is fine but it misses the opportunity to blur the boundaries with larger plants and make the space feel bigger by partially dividing it up. By applying my top tips for small spaces below you’ll be able to maximise the display and longevity of your compact plot without compromising its beauty.
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