The landless gardener doesn't have to be limited to window boxes sprouting herbs or containers full of lettuce.
Even apartment dwellers with nothing more than a few square feet of cement can cultivate a small crop. Among the easiest garden projects for a small space is a potato tower, sheltered inside a plastic garbage can or chicken wire. Layering potatoes and soil takes advantage of vertical space, while maintaining a small footprint.
Or the lazy gardener with a weed-filled yard. And a surplus of chicken-wire remnants.
The easy-to-follow instructions are for a garbage-can tower or a chicken-wire tower. See?
It was so easy I built a second one before I got distracted. But I still have chicken wire (and straw and green mulch and poop-enriched dirt) so I think I'll build a few more.