As consumers have grown more health conscious and as people have grown more aware of the possibility of survival situations becoming a reality, they have increased their options regarding securing food.
In an urban environment, growing your urban garden can pose challenges, but they are not insurmountable.
Growing vertically and in bunches are two of many ways to maximize space for growing your own food.
Another, if you feel confident you will be able to transport yourself, is to find a place outside of the city you can rent to grow food. Another idea is only to plant those items you know do not take up much space.
What advice do you have in regards to growing your own food where space is limited?