Do you want to grow a garden but don't think you have the space or don't know where to start?
The Apartment Gardening eBook is here to the rescue!
A practical guide to growing vegetables in small spaces.
Get all the step by step practical tips you need to start a patio vegetable garden right away!
Don't you wish there was an easy, comprehensive, step by step guide sharing everything you need to know about starting a garden - from picking the seeds to canning the harvest?

Well you're in luck! My eBook, Apartment Gardening, has everything you need to start gardening today whether it's the Fall, mid Winter, Spring, or even late into Summer. I promise to help give you everything you need to know to start growing a garden in small spaces!

In this quick guide, I give you the basics of what you need to start your garden. When I began gardening several years ago, I had no idea where to start. This is the guide I wish I had when starting and growing my garden. 

I can't wait to help you start your garden, 
Jami Balmet
Do you want to provide fresh, organic produce for your entire family at a fraction of the cost but don't know where to begin?
Here's Whats Included:
Getting Started

Do you live in an apartment, condo, rental house or other small space where you can't have a full garden? Or maybe you are simply too busy to plant a large garden? I've been there. For the first 4 years of our marriage, we lived in a small apartment with a tiny patio and no room to grow a full garden.

We've since moved into our first house with room for a full garden but I simply don't have the time for a full garden as a busy mom and homemaker! 

I never dreamed that I could provide fresh fruits and veggies for my family with just a small patio (or even just  window sill)! 

What we cover:
This beginner's guide to container gardening covers:
  • How to pick which seeds to grow
  • When to start your seeds
  • Starting from young plants
  • Carting for your vegetables
  • The best plants to grow indoors and in small spaces
  • Making your own compost
  • Preserving the harvest with canning & freezing
  • Creating a Fall/Winter garden
  • How to garden organically and more!
Bonus Printables! 

To help you make the most out of this eBook and to encourage you to get started right away, I've created some fun printables for you including:

Bonus #1: My Dream Garden Worksheet

I've included a Dream Garden worksheet to help you prioritize your garden this year.  It's so helpful to be able to sit down and figure out what it is that you really want to get out of your garden this year. Then you can head to the store and make it happen!

Bonus #2: Seed Schedule Worksheet

I developed this Seed Schedule to help keep me on track for when I need to plant each kind of seed indoors and when I can transplant them to outdoor containers or even to a full garden. I would be lost without this seed schedule!

Bonus #3: Preserving Guide Worksheet

This worksheet came into existence when I was sick and tired of letting my hard work and my garden go to waste. One huge benefit of container gardening to me is that I can dry, can, freeze, and dehydrate my garden and have vegetables all year long! This worksheet helps you plan better.

Everything you need all in One-Place
Simply download. Read. And start your new garden TODAY!
Get started today!
Step by step instructions for setting up your new garden

As my husband and I have started a journey to eating real foods, one of the biggest things we have had to change was eating more vegetables. But fruit and vegetables can be so expensive, especially if you want to buy organic and/or local vegetables!

One day I discovered that herbs can be grown fairly easily indoors in small containers. This led me to try and find out what else I could grow in our apartment. 

And to my surprise, I found out that I could grow an entire vegetable garden on my upstairs patio!  I could have herbs, tomatoes, peppers, and even potatoes. All grown in our second story apartment patio! 

Apartment Gardening is a great resource to get you started growing your own vegetables indoors, in small spaces, on patios, or in containers.