Dan's Garden: Gardening in small spaces
We are back again at Jeff, Diane and Lulu Koppel’s place on Avenue D in Bismarck and Diane, I love your coffee bar here tell me about what you got.
Diane: It’s a coffee bar now, but I actually use it to plant my plants in the spring.
That’s great love the palm tree. You got the theme of Mexico.
Diane: Yes we do, yep.
The flowers are everywhere; it’s the best use of small areas I’ve seen. Here you have your veggies carrots radishes.
Diane: Beets. Yep, my beets. And my tomatoes and a couple more carrots.
I love the little sink, so cute. Tomatoes, peppers.
Diane: Our little peppers.
It’s nice and sunny, otherwise what would you do? You made a great use of space. And here's Lulu’s little spot.
Diane: Little doggie park, yep. And a grape vine.
A grape vine, oh I love the grapes.
Diane, now we are on the Westside of your house. This is a nice little sitting area where you can go when its nice and sunny. You've got your beautiful petunias, different plants and the arbors, I love all the arbors. And this is a what, rambling rose?
Diane: The rambling red rose.
Climbing rose that’s beautiful.
Diane: Growing like crazy.
Love the arbors all the flowers, and great use of space. It’s just amazing. it’s been a real treat to be in your yard to see all the ideas and all the great things you did in so little room, so thank you very much.
Diane: Thank you Dan.
It was fun, so until next week, good gardening.