The Pandemic has changed American behavior in countless ways, but one healthy aspect of it has been that people started growing more of their own food.
Pandemic vegetable gardens sprang up across the country last year and it’s likely people already are planting again for this summer. Here’s a good piece for those with little space who rely on big pots for their planting, 10 Vegetables That Thrive in Pots, No Garden Required.
To be fair, I don’t know if I consider herbs and edible flowers as vegetables, but the story does list others like lettuce, tomatoes, kale and even min eggplants. And there is one I never heard of, cucamelons, also known as mouse melons.
So even apartment dwellers whose only outside space might be a terrace can get into the gardening movement, enjoy.