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This article details the many economic, education, and social benefits to be realized from planting and maintaining urban garden projects.
Nan and Saul Chase have cultivated a once-bare plot in Asheville into a thriving kitchen garden. All plants within the tiny .09 acre lot are edible, and include hot peppers, crabapples, berry bushes, and other varieties of vegetable.
Made in the shade is a type of garden that can thrive without sunlight. Plants recommended by the author to cultivate in shade filled areas were Lungwort, Solomon’s Seal, Hosta, and Maidenhead Fern.