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Balcony & Container Gardening

Introduction Creating your own balcony garden is a simple way to make a step towards healthy living. But reality can turn out to be less so if you don’t know how to remove pests or...

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Flowers are not just for spring dresses and table decoration – they make a great addition to your arsenal of culinary ingredients! One thing to keep in mind before you start eating your flowerbed is...

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While gardening comes to each of us at a different pace, a little preparation goes a long way. Many of us have had amazing experiences keeping houseplants, watching them grow from an inconspicuous seed to...

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There are several ways that seniors can remain involved in their community and stay healthy. Urban gardening for seniors is a great option for accomplishing both of these. The health of our seniors continues to be...

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Grape growing has much history, tradition, and culture. There’s an art to growing grapes and because of that, many don’t realize that growing grapes in the city is an option. Enter: vine to table. It’s...

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Many urbanites want to try urban gardening but feel defeated when it comes to the lack of space they often encounter. Despite this obstacle and others, there are now some perfect solutions available to urban...

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The instances of urban agriculture operations are increasing globally. Localized food production in urban settings – whether large or small-scale – are proving to be an effective way to reduce environmental impacts of agriculture, provide...

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Living in high density areas can often limit one’s urban gardening options. With more individuals opting for smaller living spaces, like micro-apartments it can seem virtually impossible to cultivate the same type of garden that...

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Environmental conditions play a major role in the healthy growth and sustainability of your green roof, living wall, and soil-based gardening projects. Knowing your hardiness zone and other environmental factors you’re growing in is critical...

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If you’re like most people you constantly procrastinate when it comes to gardening. You tell yourself, “One day I will plant a garden”, or “I really want one I just don’t have time”, and even...

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