You don't even need your own garden or balcony to let nature blossom in the city. Inner-city wastelands, which the urban garden guerrillas of earlier years so persistently opened up to us, have long since been used in a variety of ways by garden initiatives. And even in a small, paved backyard, you can create a green and blooming oasis - perhaps even together with your neighbors. A great way to get started with urban gardening is a raised bed where you can grow herbs and vegetables. Or you can create a niche of sparkling natural life by arranging planters of different sizes and letting insect-friendly plants bloom in them. If you also collect rainwater in a barrel or tub, you will also be gardening with less CO2 than if you irrigate with drinking water.

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