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Tiny Gardens – start your own green space, no matter how small

Green spaces help you feel better and help your air stay fresh. Even if you live in a urban environment, you can still build yourself a little oasis. Whether you plant flowers or food, having some green space is good for you. This article shares some fast tips for building your own mini gardens.

Green space is essential for lowering carbon and pushing against climate change. No, your windowsill garden won’t act as a carbon sink but you can practice some sustainable habits by planting herbs and even some veggies in certain spaces.

If you have a larger space, such as a courtyard, you can do more. And overall, just having them around has health benefits. If you want to make yourself a little growing space but don’t know where or how to start, check out the article.

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