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July 11, 2014 7:00 AM

Longtime gardeners trade big spaces for patio oases

Many longtime gardeners are trading big earthen plots for patio pots. Urban migration, the downtown condo boom and a wave of retiring baby boomers have combined to boost the number of balcony and rooftop gardens, in both downtowns and suburbs.

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