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Start Your Own Urban Garden Today

Whether you live in a small space or a sprawling property, it's possible to have a thriving green corner with these tips

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Photography: Kamila Garcia (Steps and Succulents) and Paolo Feliciano

With the rise of vertical and container gardening—many homeowners are now embracing the possibility of having a green corner in a small space. If you're still having second thoughts about starting your own garden in the city, you may want to learn more about Urban Gardening.

Urban Gardening is an easy process of growing different types and varieties of plants in an urban setting. It also gives you an opportunity to grow your own sustainable food or cultivate ornamental plants. Cedarhills Garden Center, a must-visit landmark in Quezon City, holds workshops on Urban Gardening to help you get started.

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