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Growing Nutritious Food in Small Spaces


Growing Nutritious Food in Small Spaces Booklet

Discover how you can garden and grow nutritious food for your family regardless of where you live with Operation Blessing’s free gardening booklet.

Let’s face it. The prices at the grocery stores are soaring. Eating healthy food is becoming more difficult—especially for families on a limited budget. That’s why we are excited to introduce our new Growing Nutritious Food in Small Spaces booklet, which will help you discover ways that you can grow a garden, even if you live in an apartment.

Designed specifically for families who live in urban areas, this free gardening booklet explores various ways to create a garden on a balcony, back patio, beside a garage, or even in a windowsill. Growing Nutritious Food in Small Spaces includes instructions on how to set up each gardening method as well as a list of vegetables that grow best in that environment. Plus, gardening is a great project for families.


As we work together to alleviate hunger around the world, we hope that your garden will not only alleviate the cost of groceries for your family, but that it will serve as a reminder to pray for those who have no access to nutritious food. We invite you to use this gardening booklet as a launching place to talk with your family about the various ways that we all can show compassion and help those who are hurting.

Let’s Start Digging!


You don’t need acres of land to grow your own nutritious food. Vegetables can grow on balconies, patios, front porches, rooftops, and even windowsills. Growing Nutritious Food in Small Spaces walks you through how to set up and maintain several different types of gardens that can grow almost anywhere with a few inexpensive supplies and a bit of natural sunshine. In this free booklet, we will explore:

  • Container Gardening
  • Vertical Gardening
  • Sack Gardening
  • Greenhouse Gardening
  • Hydroponic Gardening

Can’t wait to get started? When you request your free booklet, you will have the opportunity to download some free recipe cards while you wait for your copy of your booklet to arrive in the mail.

Growing Nutritious Food in Small Spaces