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Karla Rey added this to 7 Steps to Fun and Frugal Urban Gardening16 May 2017

7. Choose to have funOf course, nobody ever takes up a new hobby to be more stressed. Being a frugal urban gardener may have its challenges, however, as long as you remember your why’s, it will be easier to let go of plants and plant-related activities that do not contribute to your goals of frugality and finding joy in gardening (e.g. if your goal does not include propagating, then you don’t have to transfer new growths into smaller pots; if you do not want to learn new techniques, then you do not really need to try air layering (a method of plant propagation using damp moss). If all you want is to have some greenery despite having pets, then grow pet-friendly plants in containers.Don’t know if you’ve got what it takes to grow plants? Read How to Grow a Green Thumb.TELL USWhat house plants would you like to read about? Let us know in the Comments section. Or share a photo of your urban garden.MORERead stories on urban plantingBrowse garden design photos

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