Submitted by gsparrow on Sat, 09/26/2020 - 10:08
Judi Dumont

I’M ALWAYS AMUSED by articles on “small gardens” which invariably feature a plot around the size of a small suburban yard. In Brooklyn, we know small, as in truly tiny or postage-stamp sized. Those of us in New York City and other dense urban environments are happy to have any outdoor space at all and try to make full use of it, tucking pots, troughs and other containers full of treasures into every available space.