Small Garden On Deck. With multiple levels, there's room for both edibles and ornamentals, or you can grow a balcony herb garden. Whether they lead from your back door to a sunken seating zone, or from a path to a raised deck, positioning a pool of water beneath gives the scene a more interactive and adventurous feel.
Square and rectangle decks provide a lot of usable square footage and are often. For places where the ground can get wet, you're fine to just grow the potatoes or carrots in the bag and let the water leak out. Your small vegetable deck garden is enough to produce vegetables and herbs well if you manage the space properly.
Combine a side table with an umbrella stand to save space on a small patio.
How to Plant a Container Garden.
Some veggie plants do well in a hanging basket or can be grown in a frame tacked to the wall of the house. This will create an illusion of a larger, zoned space. Cassidy Tuttle of Succulents and Sunshine lined the top shelf of the Raskog with window screening then filled it with soil, moss (to mask the soil) and succulents.
Pile some huge rose bushes at the corners of your deck. For places where the ground can get wet, you're fine to just grow the potatoes or carrots in the bag and let the water leak out. There are two small bench seats built-in as well. The small but mighty rooftop deck is a great way of creating outdoor space in a tiny home. Small potted succulents fill the other two shelves.