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4. Join a gardening group or create oneBeing part of a group that focuses on urban gardening is helpful for beginners as it gives you access to information and other resources. Once you have learned more about gardening, it is easier to identify your essentials, i.e., what is applicable to your space and objectives. You can also create a local group or perhaps a social group among friends and acquaintances who may be interested in urban gardening. It’s like having a book club but instead, you share resources and plant materials within the group, possibly over wine and cheese or brunch. Tip: A group can also lower the initial costs of propagating plants as each person can focus on growing certain varieties they are more comfortable with or have prior experience with. Members can then have access to plants or plant cuttings that fellow members give away.