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Victory gardens: A war-time hobby that's back in fashion
by Ellie Howard
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25 May 2020
On 25 May 2020 BBC reported:
Across the UK and beyond, people are digging in their backyards, potting plants on balconies or using windowsills as suntraps for seedlings. A recent report by the UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows 42 percent of Britons have taken to gardening to cope with lockdown, while a third of a million searched for tips on growing garden variety crops on the Royal Horticultural Society website. The rush to grow-your-own has sparked comparisons to 'victory gardening'.
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