Season’s Greenings

December 21, 2018 by

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Wishing all of our 275,000+ Urban Gardens readers, subscribers and social media followers a great 2019 and thank you for your continued support!

Some Holiday Reading: Your Favorite Posts From 2018

1.  Grow a Meal a Week in Small Spaces With This Solar-Powered Gardening Assistant

2. Before and After: My Connecticut Home and Garden Makeover

3. The Storied History and Enduring Life of Terra Cotta

4. Pistils Not Pistols: Milwaukee Youth Choose Gardens Over Guns

5. Lamps, Streetlights, and Bomb-Detection Powered By Plants and Vegetables

6. Biomimicry: A Wildlife Observation Platform Designed as Bird’s Nest

7. These Six Urban Farms Creatively Transform Disused Spaces

8. A Barcelona Rooftop Sanctuary Inspired By Japanese Art

9. Farmerettes: Women Who Farmed and Gardened for Victory

10. Hive Five for Largest Solar Farm Apiary in America

11. New Orleans: Spanish Moss, Swamps, and Great Sax

12. How To Bring a Dull Dorm Room to Life With Plants

13. London’s Little Venice: More Cheerio Than Ciao

14. Biodegradable Bee Saving Paper May Keep Them Buzzing

15. Compostable Couture: Garments And Accessories Made With Living Plants, Flowers, and Seeds

16. Sustainable Barkitecture: Solar Powered Dog House With Green Roof

17. A Tiny Secret Garden in London

18. 3D Printed Flowers Designed to Feed Urban Insects

19. Sun, Surf, Sand, and Snow: Weekend Getaways in Southern California

20. 26 Last Minute Home and Garden Mother’s Day Gifts

And Enduring Faves From 2009-Present…

Hard and Soft Garden Container Porn

How to Grow Your Own Living House

20 Best Urban Gardens Stories of 2015

The Year’s 20 Best: Urban Gardens 2012 Roundup!

Urban Gardens 2011 Roundup!

Vive La France! Urban Gardens Paris Roundup

Farming Freedom and Hope After Katrina

Girona, Spain’s Temps de Flors Festival Blends Horticulture and Art

An Edible Roundup: Where We’ve Been Eating Lately

World’s Largest Hanging Flower Basket

 

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