People living in apartment or townhouse don't usually have the luxury of starting organic garden. Yet, those in tight living spaces can still get involved with urban gardening by using the space they do have to grow herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Growing a garden not only saves money, but also creates a sustainable lifestyle by reducing the waste and carbon emissions. To begin, you first need to figure out where you will put your urban garden, and how much space you actually have. The best place to choose a spot is with lots of natural lighting, like a window or a kitchen. Some plants require lots of humidity, and if you live in a humid area, this might not be a problem. Some plants are poisonous so it's better to away from Pets and Children. Pick a spot that is easy to clean in case dirt or water is spilled, and when leaves shed. Kitchens often serve as the best place to start a small urban garden
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