Flow­ers, crops and even a pond – any­thing’s pos­si­ble in a tiny space

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Make this the year to get the most from ev­ery sin­gle inch of your gar­den. Whether you’ve got a small court­yard, a lone win­dowsill or a for­got­ten cor­ner in a larger plot, ev­ery space can be used to grow beau­ti­ful plants. And that’s what GW TV’s Ev­ery Space Counts cam­paign is all about – max­imis­ing the po­ten­tial for all ar­eas of your gar­den, high­light­ing how even the tini­est area can be a green oa­sis. Launched at the start of the new se­ries, the pro­gramme is show­cas­ing five of the na­tion’s best small spa­ces, and you’ll get a chance to cast a vote to choose your favourite. The win­ner will be an­nounced on the spe­cial BBC Gar­den­ers’ World Live pro­gramme on Fri­day, 15 June. Ea­gerly awaited hour-long episodes start this month, so fol­low the cam­paign on TV and take in­spi­ra­tion from our small-space projects on these pages. Watch on 30 March and 13, 20 and 27 April.

Use hang­ing bas­kets to grow your favourite crops

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