Many people have little room for home gardens and feel that they cannot grow their own food. But even a small portion of food can be grown at home as there are many solutions for small spaces. With this technique there are no more excuses for not making your vegetable garden due to lack of space.

Growing your vegetables helps reduce our carbon footprint, provides clean food without pesticides. It is also a therapeutic activity and it helps to entertain children.

How to Build a Square Meter Vegetables


  1. This system allows cultivation in a small space.
  2. The space created makes it possible to reach all the plantations as well as watering and harvesting, without stepping on them.
  3. Crop rotation is automatic, longer harvest crops like tomatoes can be planted among other quick harvest crops as they will be harvested before the plants need more space.
  4. The format of this garden facilitates cultivation for a person with a disability.

Small plants

  • radish
  • carrots
  • onions
  • spinach
  • beets
  • lettuce
  • parsley

Large plants

  • cabbage
  • broccoli
  • cauliflower
  • peppers
  • eggplants

 Vertical plants

  • tomatoes
  • cucumbers
  • green beans
  • peas
  • various vegetables

The details

  • Ideal for small spaces and increasingly popular among urban gardeners, this garden is sufficient for the daily supply of vegetables for one person for a month.
  •  This orchard is divided into small rectangles. Each space has a vegetable, flower, or herb.
  • In the construction of the structure, iron or PVC pipes and cables are used.
  • The taller plants are in the back rows and closer to sunlight.
  • Vertical plants such as tomatoes are hung from suspended pipes to optimize space.
  • Secure the vertical frame with wire to ensure safety against strong winds.

Another issue to consider is that this system prevents the appearance of weeds and pests, thanks to the great diversity of crops, the soil should be rich in organic matter (compost).