When the s*** hits the fan, you may have to depend on your garden for fresh produce. What if you have limited space or need to bug out quickly- did you assume you’d have to leave your garden behind? If you’re growing veggies in 5 gallon buckets, you may be able to take a lot of them with you in the event of an evacuation/move to higher ground.
Here’s a great bucket gardening tutorial from our good friends at Sustainablog on how to turn a small space and a bunch of cheap buckets into healthy, nutritious vegetables. Enjoy!
5 Gallon Bucket Gardening: Seven Ways to Reuse Plastic Buckets for Growing Food (via sustainablog)
We usually discuss container gardening in the context of space: if you live in an apartment, or have a small yard, containers might be your best bet. But even though I’ve got space for gardening – not a ton, but enough – I’m thinking about incorporating…
Affiliate Policy (full policy): Posts may contain links to outside vendors that pay us a commission when you purchase from them, at no additional cost to you. Thank you in advance for supporting our site.
Win Free Homestead Supplies!
Signup for our newsletter and get updates on our monthly contests for great homesteading gear: