A garden can grow and flourish in the unlikeliest of places. From apartment balconies to sunny windowsills, we’ll explore techniques for growing in small spaces by embracing the unique elements your home has to offer. Together, we’ll examine how even a concrete rooftop can be transformed into a beautiful, productive space with a few containers and a dose of creativity.
Kelly McGlinchey is a leader in the food sustainability sector and Board Co-Chair of Slow Food New York City. In 2019, she founded Table & Tilth consulting services, dedicated to helping food businesses cultivate success and grow their impact. Keep up with Kelly from her NYC garden, and get growing in your own urban garden with a little help from Kelly’s recommended garden books:
- Down to Earth by Monty Don (and anything else written by Monty Don)
- Carrots Love Tomatoes by Louise Riotte
- Roses Love Garlic by Louise Riotte
- Your Farm in the City by Lisa Taylor and the Gardeners of Seattle Tilth
- The Rooftop Growing Guide by Annie Novak
- The Farm on the Roof by Anastasia Cole Plakias