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At RopedOnCedar, we love experimenting in our yard to see how much food we can grow vertically. We started small at first, but our bounty grows with every season as we become better gardeners and discover new varieties to plant. It’s not only fun, healthy, and delicious, it saves us a lot of money on groceries, too. While not all vegetables are ideal for smaller areas, fortunately there are plenty of options that don’t require much space to thrive. Here is a selection of vegetables that do particularly well in our planters and living wall vertical gardening systems.