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Urban gardens are expanding exponentially in our cities. From numbering 1000 in the year 2000 to 15,000 in the present, what stands out, above all, is the growth of school and community gardens and social gardens for therapeutic purposes.
An organic urban garden is a space where vegetables or herbs are grown in a sustainable way before being enjoyed in the kitchen.
While they are growing, agro-organic techniques are applied so that the production of the foodstuffs is natural and, at the same time, well planned.
Over recent years, many cities and local authorities have provided financial support so that individuals are able to set up one of these ecological urban gardens.
Among the benefits of cultivating an organic garden can be included:
The satisfaction of eating produce taken directly from the land.
Companionship and teamwork.
And many, many more.
Experiment with the chance to have your organic garden: try out new seedbeds, combine new plants, keep an eye on the visitors that turn up, and create healthy ecological recipes with the seasonal produce that you obtain…Read more Close