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Gardening

What Type Of Plants Can Survive In The City?

Smoke and dust have nothing on these green troopers

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Photography: Gardener’s World and 99ROOTS.com via Pinterest (Main Photo)

Yellowing leaves, scorched stems, and stunted growth—these are just some of the tell-tale signs of an unhealthy garden. Before concluding that you’re not fit to grow a fine green corner, you should know that pollution plays a big role in taking life out of plants, especially if you live in a home near busy streets.

Fortunately, you don’t have to give up on gardening completely as there are some plants that can protect themselves against toxic gases and heat damage. These plants are also generally low-maintenance and they grow back quickly when impaired. Find out which green wonder you should add to your backyard immediately with the help of our handy guide: 

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