Short on space for veggies? Smaller varieties thrive in pots

  • This image provided by Ball Horticultural Company shows Pot-a-Peno peppers growing in a hanging planter. (Ball Horticultural Company via AP)

  • This image provided by Ball Horticultural Company shows a Kitchen Mini Red Velvet tomato plant, which is suitable for growing in containers. (Ball Horticultural Company/via AP)

  • Pot-a-Peno peppers grow in a patio container. (Ball Horticultural Company/via AP)

For many gardeners, a large property with rows of green peppers and sun-kissed tomatoes as far as the eye can see is just a dream. Many of us either don’t have much soil to call our own, have limited mobility, or are new to gardening and feel intimidated.