15 Unique and Sustainable Backyard Gardening Ideas

15 Unique and Sustainable Backyard Gardening Ideas

Living in town or with a small yard and garden can be challenging when it comes to sustainability, but it's not impossible. Here are 15 ideas to get you started with turning your backyard space into something that is sustainable both for the environment and for your family.

Sustainable Gardening

Part of creating a sustainable backyard garden is to use your space wisely. Traditional backyards are not large, but by being open minded you can allow room for both form and functionality.

The trick is to work with the unique layout of your space. Spend time brainstorming how you can best use each area, and don't be afraid to experiment to see what works.

If you are new to gardening, start with fruits and vegetables that are hardy and easy to maintain.

Unique and Sustainable Backyard Gardening Ideas

Sustainable Landscaping

Creating a sustainable backyard garden starts with learning how to use nature's resources wisely. One of the easiest natural resources to tap into is rainwater.

There are several ways that you can use rainwater directly in your garden.

Here are just a few ideas for sustainable landscaping in the backyard:

Unique and Sustainable Backyard Gardening Ideas

 

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Vanessa Pruitt
Vanessa has lost 80lbs on a keto/low carb diet and is a certified wellness coach. Her goal is to inspire others to get healthier through a ketogenic diet, fitness, and mindful living. She also writes at Nerdy Millennial.

6 thoughts on “15 Unique and Sustainable Backyard Gardening Ideas

  1. I always have trouble remembering what days certain plants should be watered. The Rain Garden may sound super romantic, but, it absolutely functional for my needs.

  2. We’ve been doing the upside down tomato project for a few years here (me and the kids:)). But those water effects, the barrel, the rain garden and that water chain I will definitely be using this season! Thanks for the info!

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