Reduce your carbon footprint in the garden

How to reduce your carbon footprint in the garden

Make your fingers even greener, with our guide to reducing your carbon footprint in the garden.

While gardening can seem like a green hobby, certain activities, such as mowing the lawn, using peat-based composts and even buying plants, involve a great deal of natural resources, which all contribute to your garden’s carbon footprint.

But you don’t have to garden in a resource-heavy way. There are plenty of small changes you can make that will reduce the impact you and your garden have on the planet.

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