Growing green at home is my experiment and new urban design strategy

Nowadays the idea of growing greens benefits society. It can be inside and outside of buildings in the city space. The size of the garden can vary from a community garden to a small table at home near the window.
There is a new urban design strategy – CPULs (pronounced “see-pulls”), Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes.

I have experience in planting, growing, and maintaining plants. I got it from my field practices and open-lessons in botanical garden and part-time job during university studies. I felt that all this practical experience was necessary for me, because I gained knowledge.

12 August 2013 Melissa on my balcony
Lemon balm, also known as balm or balm mint and not to be confused with bee balm, is a perennial herb in the mint family Lamiaceae.

Links:
http://landarchs.com/cpuls-growing-urban-fabric/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melissa_officinalis

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