Indoor gardening, a growing pastime

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City dwellers create small-space gardens to brighten their homes and plates

One thing Patty Logan noticed when she opened City Grows in Lawrenceville was that young people were pouring through the doors in all seasons to garnish their abodes with greenery.

In her work as a Garden Educator, Redding Jackson has noticed that from a young age people are intrigued by the process of sewing seeds and helping them grow, a process that blends from one season to the next.

Jennifer David grew up with a green thumb – a hobby she can’t give up despite the weather turning cold.

untitled-25CITY GROWS IS AN URBAN ORGANIC GARDEN STORE IN LAWRENCEVILLE, SPECIALIZING IN SMALL-SPACE GARDENING.

Just because the temperatures drop doesn’t mean that leaves in gardens have to. Pittsburgh’s indoor gardening scene is growing rapidly with the push for creating a more sustainable, organic and healthy lifestyle early on.

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2 thoughts on “Indoor gardening, a growing pastime”

  1. Excuse me: “Sowing Seeds”, please

    On Jan 1, 2018 04:36, “Rangitikei Enviromental Health Watch” wrote:

    > Pam Vernon posted: ” ” >

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    1. LOL thanks for the grammar check yogazeal, but because it’s a repost I can’t correct the author’s typo there. Would have to go to the original post and comment. Cheers 🙂

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