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The gardens with a 12,000-person waiting list
by Kate Brady
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3 September 2019
On 3 September 2019 BBC News reported:
Traditionally, 'Schrebergarten' were considered the domain of the old and narrow-minded. But green-thumbed youth are reversing this stigma as they create huge demand for city allotments. A new wave of young Germans [is] seeking out [allotments] to grow their own produce ... Today demand among young people for a green oasis is growing and, according to a study by the German Institute for Construction, City and Space research, it's growing fast. Around 95 percent of Germany's one million gardens are now occupied.
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