If you are passionate about customizing your garden, you’ve found the right page. Whether you are merely a houseplant enthusiast who loves hanging plant pots on your windows, a beginner gardener who is trying to grow an edible garden, or an expert gardener who is aiming to transform average harvests into tasty meals, you are welcomed here at Urban Gardening!


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Creating an Amazing Outdoor Space

An outdoor area can’t be a “living space” if it doesn’t have a livable, relaxing, and cozy element. Also, a regular outdoor space with grass, porch, and plants is far different from a space that truly serves its purpose.
Yes, it should go well beyond ponds, crops, trees, and benches to really achieve a “livable” quality. Here is everything you need to know about creating an enjoyable, creative, cozy, and purposeful outdoor space.
How to Create a Living Outdoor Space

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Gardening Tips & Information

How to Test Your Garden Soil Nutrients

Have you thought of the ideal way of testing your garden soil nutrient? Today, most homeowners use the TDS meter to get the pH and nutrients of their soil nutrients.
Testing the garden soil and nutrients daily should be taken seriously while growing plants. Plants being generally resilient, can develop issues when you don’t take care of some aspects of their nutrition.
Why do you need to test your garden soil?
To grow healthy plants, you need to work hard in testing your pH, TDS, or EC. When you grow in soil, you have to pay more attention to moisture. On the contrary, if you are growing hydroponically, you need to …

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Therapy Garden

A therapeutic garden is a great space that’s specifically intended to improve human beings’ relationship with nature and maximize the health benefits the interaction entails.
Moreover, this space is arranged and designed for older adults or anyone who is struggling mentally (especially those who are suffering from autism, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia).
“Therapeutic garden” has been an umbrella term for the different designs of gardens that are landscaped to meet the physical and mental health demands of individuals or groups.
Examples of therapy gardens include sensory …

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