You don't have to own a large plot of land to have a garden full of fresh produce. Here are some ideas to get you started.
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Climbing vegetables are ideal when garden space is limited because they will produce a big crop from a small patch of soil. In this border, a wigwam of runner beans towers over the dwarf French beans and feathery foliage of carrots. Flowers add a pop of color.
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