Buzz·Posted on May 11, 202015 Plants And Vegetables You Can Grow Even If You Don't Have A Big YardSucculents are truly a gift.by Kelly MartinezBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Want to garden but don't have a huge yard? Have a green thumb, but only a tiny balcony? No problem! Here are 15 plants and vegetables you can grow even if you're short on outdoor space: Getty Images 1. Blue fescue Getty Images This grass may look like a handful, but it's easily kept in containers and rarely grows more than 12 inches tall. It's the perfect pop of color! 2. Lettuce Getty Images Why trek all the way to the store when you can grow your very own leafy green lettuce at home? 3. Bell peppers Getty Images Since these tend to grow upward instead of outward, they don't require a ton of space! You can easily grow them in pots on your patio. Toss them into salads, stir-fries, and lots more! 4. Thyme Getty Images There are several varieties of this little herb, but ornamental thyme only grows up to 2 to 3 inches. It doesn't even require full sunlight! 5. Candytuft Getty Images These snowy flowers are the perfect way to welcome spring! They're relatively low-maintenance and only grow about 6 to 8 inches tall. 6. Onions Getty Images Am I crying or is someone just chopping onions?! Believe it or not, these delicious veggies don't need a whole lot of space. Throw them in salads, tacos, stir fries, or add them on top of burgers. 7. Creeping Jenny Getty Images Don't let this name deter you! These tiny flowers can easily thrive in window boxes, pots, and hanging baskets. They make the perfect balcony decoration. 8. Bok choy Getty Images Another helpful thing to keep in the kitchen, bok choy requires a lot of water and a healthy amount of sunlight, but not too much space! 9. Sedums Getty Images These are one of the most popular patio plants for a reason! All they really need to thrive is sunlight and a bit of water. Basically the plant equivalent of the pet rock! 10. Scallions Getty Images These guys are so little that they can even be grown in mason jars on your windowsill! They make for a great delicious addition to soups and stir-fry. 11. Hens and chicks Getty Images These adorable succulents only grow up to 1 to 2 inches, and can easily thrive in window boxes and hanging baskets. 12. Ajuga Getty Images These little plants come in a variety of colors and only grow up to about 6 inches in height. 13. Radishes Getty Images These don't require much space and only take about 45 days to harvest! 14. Armeria Getty Images This little flower can withstand cold, wind, and all sorts of conditions. All it asks for is some sunlight, well-drained soil, and room to grow 6 to 8 inches tall. 15. And finally, tomatoes Getty Images That's right, you can even grow cherry and grape tomatoes on your patio! You'll be making your own ketchup in no time. No space? No problem! Getty Images With a small yard or patio, you can grow beautiful plants and be just as happy as this guy!