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10 Awesome Tips To Start Your Own Community Garden

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2. Then choose which produce your neighborhood climate is best for.

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The best vegetables for any garden are: broccoli, peas, beans, brussels sprouts, tomatoes, red bell peppers, beets, leaf amaranth, carrots, and leafy greens. Read more about them here.

5. Use bricks and imported soil for urban areas.

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According to the Food Empowerment Project about 2.3 million people live further than one mile away from a supermarket without any means of getting there. Given the distance from fresh produce many people face, community gardens in urban areas are a must!