Groups of 3 or 4 pots can be tucked into a rock bed or along the driveway. Put some on the front porch or along the foundation of your house or garage. Just make sure that your plants will get plenty of sunshine, at least 6 hours. More is better.
You could put legs on wooden boxes for the convenience of not having to bend down. This is an easy solution for the disabled, as gardening can be done without bending or from a wheel chair.
My son built bleachers in his backyard. He used all sizes of pots, boxes, and other containers, leaving room to step between the pots to reach the ones on top. A bountiful garden can be harvested this way.
No Pots? You can plant in anything. Try putting soil in a soft grocery bag. This one is planted with a mixture of spring leaf lettuce.
Arrange some pots on porch steps. Hang small pots on a frame and lean it against the fence.
Small pots could be suitable for herbs.
Vine plants such as cucumbers, squash, watermelons and cantaloupes can be put in medium to large containers and let run over the ground wherever they please
Re-purpose old wheelbarrows, trash containers, coffee cans.
You will need to water container gardens more often than those growing in the ground, but you will spend much less time doing it.
After arranging your pots, fill them with good soil. You can make your own or buy bags from the garden store.