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Millennials behind €19m ‘grow your own’ gardening trend, study finds

The under 35s have emerged as the generation behind a €19m ‘grow your own’ trend, a new study has found. The horticultural market is
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GARDEN SENSE: Container gardening allows plants to grow anywhere

Container gardening makes growing plants possible for almost anyone in any location. If you don’t have space for a vegetable garden or if your
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Community voice: Gardening project continues to grow in New Carlisle

With only two small grocery stores in New Carlisle, Western Clark County has become widely known as a food desert. And despite this area
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A good time to start gardening and landscaping is coming sooner than you think

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It seems like we’ve rarely seen the sun this spring season, and the cool temperatures have been discouraging for folks
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Every green thumb needs to see this checklist for gardening tips in May

FEATURE — April showers bring May flowers — as well as a plethora of gardening tasks. Utah State University Extension’s Gardener’s Almanac provides a checklist
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Container gardening: five tips for creating brilliantly coloured pots

What’s the secret to creating a brilliantly colourful, pollinator-friendly display of summer pots that will still look as good in late September as it
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Growing Things: Downsizing? Container gardening offers variety of veggie options

I was talking to a friend and his wife the other day who had recently downsized and moved into a townhouse with a very
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How An Interior Designer Is Working To Rid Buildings Of Dangerous Air Toxins

Kitchen design by WWYW certified professionals Jessica Garcia, Atlanta, Georgia, and Chef Charlotte Puckette, Paris, France. The kitchen in this Crestline, California, home demonstrates
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8 products every beginner gardener can use – from a vegetable starter kit to a weeding tool

Whether you want to grow flowers or plants, or even vegetables that you can then enjoy with your family, gardening can be a fun
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The one gardening mistake you can’t afford to make

Yvonne Savio, 71, a master gardener, at her garden in Pasadena holding Mathiola species also known as Stock in soil. (Gary Coronado / Los