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Gardens can be great for the environment and for wildlife – and they’re good for people too, according to an increasing body of research
Gardening has a long and connected history to science and medicine. For centuries gardens have been a source not only of food on the table but also remedies to treat common ailments. But what about the benefits of gardens and gardening themselves? Are they proven, and if so, how can we make the most of them?
Too often, though, we return all that carbon dioxide right back into the atmosphere by firing up a petrol-powered mower, filling pots with peat-based compost, or scattering artificial fertilizers. So, low-carbon gardening needs a twin approach. Lower your carbon emissions to neutral by gardening sustainably, then maximize the carbon your garden sequesters and stores, and help it actively combat climate change.