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Social gatherings that were not possible due to the Covid-19 lockdown gave us the opportunity to reconnect with our gardens. Many people made use of the enforced isolation and extra time on their hands to get involved in garden projects.

Reconnecting with the food we eat has seen a surge in mini gardens with herbs, microgreens and patio tomatoes growing in pots on windowsills, balconies and patios, and the building of raised beds in gardens for vegetables.

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