grow fresh food now with even the smallest gardening space

The Small Garden, Big Harvest e-book is the quickest way to learn how to maximize your garden space and grow your own food

Canadian Customers, use the code CANADA to make the USD pricing similar to CAD

Do you worry about having access to fresh vegetables?

Are the shelves looking bare in your grocery store? Do you want to start growing a garden, but don't know where to start or how to do it on a small scale? You don't have a giant yard and tons of space to work with. Maybe you have an apartment patio, or just a small city backyard.

The good news is, as long as you have an area with good sunlight, a few pots, soil, or space for a few raised beds, you can grow a vegetable garden. Using real life examples that anyone can do, you'll learn exactly how to start your small garden and the techniques to get the most food possible from the space you have.

Plus, I've took the stress out of starting a garden with these helpful features. . .

20 done-for-you plans with a range of themes so you can get planting right now without worrying about spacing or getting it right on your own.

A vegetable by vegetable growing guide so you know how to plant the right way the first time, instead of making beginner mistakes and wasting precious time.

Everything is explained in super simple language and made as visible as possible–no guessing or struggling with complicated gardening terms.

What if you could...

Take back some control over your food security, relieve stress, and grow your own fresh produce?  You’d rely less on the grocery store and know exactly where the food you eat comes from.

You’d save money on groceries, give yourself a relaxing hobby, and avoid wasting money on dead plants.

Introducing

Small Garden, Big Harvest

The fastest way to learn how to easily grow fresh vegetables and maximize every inch of growing space you have available.

Here's what you'll get

  • Go from brown thumb to green with the right advice for small space gardening--using containers, square foot gardening, and vertical gardening techniques
  • 3 plans and multiple real life examples of trellises so you can maximize every inch of space
  • Real life examples of small gardens that anyone can achieve
  • A vegetable by vegetable growing list so you know exactly how to plant each vegetable the right way the first time.

Plus these amazing bonuses!

The Exclusive 2020 Garden Planner

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the Garden Harvest Cheat Sheet

Know exactly how to harvest, preserve, or eat the food you grow. No more wasting precious produce because you didn't know how to cook it.

20 done-for-you garden bed plans

Use these plans exactly as is or as a springboard for your own ideas. No more guessing about spacing or getting it right.

Start growing fresh vegetables now

Don’t waste precious time and money trying to cobble his all together yourself.

Canadian Customers, use the code CANADA to make the USD pricing similar to CAD

This is for you if...

  • You are new to gardening, or new to gardening in a small space.
  • You have a small patio, apartment balcony, deck, or urban backyard/sideyard/front yard that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight a day.
  • You want to grow your own vegetables in containers or raised beds, but don't know how.

This is not for you if...

  • You have tons of space to work with--although you could learn a thing or two to get even more out of your space.
  • Your space gets only 3 hours of space or less.
  • You already know lots about square foot gardening or container gardening.

“The done for you plans were so helpful!!  They gave me the confidence to plant my garden, knowing the spacing was right and nothing would get crowded out.
– MIA, Home Gardener

P.S. This e-book is so new that I don’t have any testimonials yet.  I’d love to get yours here!!

Hey, I'm Kristen

I garden in a small urban yard in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, which provides me with lots of fresh vegetables every summer.  This area is in cold zone 3b and has a short growing season–approximately 100 days!!  So if I can grow a garden in a small space with cold temperatures and a short growing season, so can you.

I’ve maximized almost every inch of my yard and experimented with vegetable container gardening, and now I’m passing on what I’ve learned to you, so you can start providing your family with fresh vegetables.

Though I grew up on a farm working on a giant garden, I’ve been able to transfer those skills to my small urban plot.  My mission is to take the complicated parts of gardening and break them down into easy to understand language and make the whole process as visual as possible.  

Among my friends, I was always that person that everyone asked what to do with their yards.  If you don’t have that person in your life, I want to be that person for you.

Green thumbs aren't given out at birth

You can learn your way to a green thumb right now when you need it most.

Canadian Customers, use the code CANADA to make the USD pricing similar to CAD

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes!  In fact, there’s a real life example of a balcony vegetable garden from one of my readers in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  Even I was amazed at how much he could grow.

Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered!  You’ll learn how to avoid all the most common beginner mistakes, ensuring you have the best chance of getting it right the first time.

Maybe.  If you only have a balcony to work with–likely not.  However, if you are able to plant multiple raised beds, you can definitely make a dent in your grocery bill.

Not as hard as you’d think.  The biggest thing is to keep up with the watering, especially when the weather gets warm.  Since we’re container gardening, there’s very few weeds to pick.

If you get 6 hours a day, you can grow a garden.  If you get less than 6 but more than 3,  there’s also 4 garden bed plans that are designed just for partial shade.  You’ll just be limited in the vegetables you can grow.

Yes.  As long as you follow the advice, spacing of plants, and keep up with watering, you can do this.

“I didn’t think I could grow very much on my patio, but all the real life examples and cheap and easy ideas made me realize that I could grow way more than I thought.”
– Evelyn, Home Gardener

P.S. This e-book is so new that I don’t have any testimonials yet.  I’d love to get yours here!!

Don't believe it can be done? Here's my actual garden from the summer of 2019.

Yes, these vegetable pictures are some of my actual harvests.  You don’t have to be limited by space to grow delicious vegetables.  I could have produced even more if I didn’t grow quite as many flowers.

Wouldn’t you love to grow vegetables on your deck or balcony just like this?  It doesn’t have to be a dream.  You really can do this–all you need is a little know-how.

You've got this. Start your small space garden today

Don’t wait another precious growing season to start growing fresh food for you and your family.

Canadian Customers, use the code CANADA to make the USD pricing similar to CAD

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