I was reading a magazine piece by Alys Fowler, in The Edible Garden magazine, about how small vegetable gardening recommendations are just large scale advice squeezed into a small space. She said..."I want vegetable varieties that are truly suitable for small spaces (particularly perennial vegetables) not ones that suffer from being squeezed or will quickly outgrow their spot.".
Many of us have limited space for vegetable gardens. Do you look for space saving varieties or do you just grow the varieties you like or that sound tempting? Would you like it if there were more options for small space vegetable gardeners?