French urban gardening

The urban gardening trend that’s greening up cities all over the world arrived in Paris recently. Four giant, plant-filled displays throughout Paris gave visitors an immersive dose of green, oxygen-rich life during these darker winter days.

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  1. Urban Gardens Says:

    Paris has some wonderful urban gardens. The city develops and finances community gardens in each of the city’s quarters wherein residents can have a square meter to garden. In exchange, the gardeners are required to host open times for other city residents, school children, and the elderly to visit and enjoy the gardens: