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Air plants are pretty fascinating – unlike other plants, Tillandsia requires no soil to grow. This makes them a versatile and beautiful addition to any indoor space. However, just because they…
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“Florida may be known as the Sunshine State, but it deserves another nickname — the Gardening State (not to be confused with New Jersey, the Garden State). Three cities in Florida are at the top of our list of America’s Best Cities for Urban Gardening, and another three Sunshine State cities finished in the top 12.
Another sunny state — California — boasts two cities in the top tier.
What about the four other cities in the top 12? Well, they might be as surprising as a rose bush blooming during the winter in Minneapolis.
LawnStarter ranked the 150 biggest cities for urban gardening because tending to herbs, vegetables, and fruit trees is especially popular during the coronavirus pandemic.
With more of us stuck at home, gardening gets us outside. It also provides food security at a time when store shelves are running bare.
So, what are the best U.S. cities for urban gardening? CLICK THE LINK BELOW!”