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Lazy gardening

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Lazy gardening, effortless gardening, efficient gardening or no-fuss gardening refers to a method of gardening which uses work-saving techniques in order to reduce the effort and time required to maintain a garden.

Why[edit | edit source]

Although gardening provides an occupation and something to do with their free time (ie for retired people, young people, ...), it often requires too much time for the working-class people. As such, a reduction in time and effort is highly beneficial to this target group.

Due to this, the method helps in keeping gardens more practical for anyone, and can improve the gardens (hereby also increasing local biodiversity).

Methods[edit | edit source]

Lazy gardening can be done using many methods and equipment:

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