Want to learn more aboutĀ urban gardening? The first place I go is Urban Gardens, run by Robin Plaskoff Horton.

Urban Gardens is cutting-edge and consistent, with daily posts on innovations from New York to Paris, often focusing on tight spaces (lawn-topped tables for indoor picnics or planters that attach stick to kitchen windows!) but also venturing to school garden projects.

As she puts it: “Urban Gardens is my platform for sharing my love affair with city life, design, and nature with urban dwellers and others with limited spaces.” Whether your backyard is a city skyscraper or a suburban oak tree, I think you’ll find her gardening ideas interesting and valuable.

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