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  • Young people are choosing plants over partying
  • Young people are choosing plants over partying
    Gary Barnes (2020) ©
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Young people are choosing plants over partying

Younger people are reaping the benefits of green-fingered pursuits, turning to gardening for its positive impact on mental health and as a way to create moments of escapism. With big nights out being replaced by trips to the local garden centre, brands can help support these slower pursuits. 

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