Grow Green this spring: a gardening website for green thumbsGrow Green this spring: a gardening website for green thumbs<div class="ExternalClass8843FAE295D7479D8839AA1405D6D828"><p>​Want to grow waterwise plants but don’t know what to look for? Care about supporting pollinators and nurturing native plant species? Get started on your spring planting with <a href="?utm_source=newsletter55&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=chair_update" target="_blank">Grow Green</a>, a guide to creating and maintaining a sustainable garden or lawn space using non-invasive plants that are readily available in Metro Vancouver.</p><p>Grow Green was launched in 2016 as a resource for both novice gardeners and green thumbs across Metro Vancouver. The website received up to 100 visits per day in the peak growing season of 2016 and received positive feedback from users including requests for more small space designs and food-growing tips.</p><p>In response, Metro Vancouver, in collaboration with UBC Botanical Garden, has updated the site with more than 70 new designs, including:</p><ul><li>Space-conscious containers</li><li>Support for native plant species</li><li>Plants that attract pollinators</li><li>Irresistible edibles</li></ul><p>Each garden design on the site includes an extensive selection of plants that thrive in our local climate, without needing a lot of water or chemicals. Grow Green makes it easier to create a sustainable garden space, while helping the overall environmental health of our region by supporting water conservation, rainwater absorption, composting, controlling invasive species, and increasing biodiversity.</p><p>Get free designs and green gardening tips today at: <a href="?utm_source=newsletter55&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=chair_update" target="_blank">www.growgreenguide.ca</a>.</p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue31-growgreen.jpg2017-04-27T07:00:00ZGP0|#ad5ec508-afdc-4c33-bc6a-878b23de7ea8;L0|#0ad5ec508-afdc-4c33-bc6a-878b23de7ea8|Issue 31;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass670C2613CFAE4178B0C4D068A1C33151"><p>Want to grow waterwise plants but don’t know what to look for? Care about supporting pollinators and nurturing native plant species? Get started on your spring planting with <a href="" target="_blank">Grow Green</a>, a guide to creating and maintaining a sustainable garden or lawn space using non-invasive plants that are readily available in Metro Vancouver.</p></div>0

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