Amsterdam retailer targets urban gardeners

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With the rise of urban gardening comes a need for suitable plants, pots and accessories. Interior designer Mark van der Geest recognized a gap in the market and recently opened Urban Green in Amsterdam. While regular garden centers have plenty to offer those with 'real' gardens, but not much for those of us limited to tiny plots and shady balconies, Urban Green is entirely focused on the challenges of city gardening. The store sells greenery that thrives in containers, and plenty of shade-loving plants, since building density means that urban gardens get less sun than their suburban counterparts. Also on…

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