This is absolutely amazing. I hear a lot of people making the claim that they can’t grow a garden because they have a small yard. Hooey I say! And so says the Dervaes family, who have successfully grown 6,000 pounds of food on 1/10th of an acre of land.
This suburban family grows 400 different species of plants, producing 4,300 pounds of vegetable food, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, and 25 pounds of honey. On top of that, they get seasonal fruit from their fruit trees, grown on site at their Los Angeles home.
The Dervaes family has an edge on some of us by living in a climate where you can garden year round, but don’t take that is discouragement.
You can grow food whevever you are with whatever you have. Unless you’re in Antarctica. Good luck gardening there.