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Woman planting up window box

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Photographer: © living4media / Eising Studio - Food Photo & Video
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Green Thumbs in the City

11374550 | © living4media / Eising Studio - Food Photo & Video | 36 images

Urban gardening is the hottest new trend

If you long for life on the farm, fulfil your dreams in the middle of the city. Whether you do it in an allotment, place pots on the windowsill or plant containers full of delicious vegetables, homegrown food simply tastes better and is fun to produce. So get your hands dirty and enjoy the pleasures of urban gardening.
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