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No garden, no problem! We have created a guide full of ways you can get into gardening without having a traditional garden.

At Thrive, we know the many ways that gardening can be good for your health. This ranges from physical benefits, like burning calories and maintaining dexterity to building confidence, boosting your mood or helping you to feel calm.

Gardening may be one of the UK’s favourite hobbies, but one in eight households in the UK has no access to a private or shared garden.

Not having a garden shouldn’t stop you enjoying the amazing benefits from gardens and nature. Download our guide for inspiration on how to get started on a host of gardening activities without a garden.

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Our ‘get gardening without a garden’ is packed full of advice to help you enjoy nature whatever sort of space you have.

It will give you tips on getting growing whether you have a windowsill or table, a balcony or somewhere to put a pot.

We also know how valuable it is just to spend time in green spaces and among nature is – only 5% of adults say it’s not important to them! Our guide looks at how to get the most from your time outside.

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