No Garden? No Problem! Can’t Garden?
Find out who can and get Garden Sharing
Garden space is limited and not everyone can spend time in their garden, so garden share with Lend and Tend. Crop-Swap in your community. Garden sharing knits neighborhoods so find the perfect Patch-Match.
Got space to spare? Can’t garden? Find out who can!
Is your garden going to waste? With 1000s of people on waiting lists to join allotments and so many people living in flats without gardens, people are so keen to have the opportunity to garden. If your outdoor space is looking unloved and you’ve no time or inclination or simply can’t garden, then let someone else love it instead.
Offer some of your outdoor space to someone that would like to Tend to it, they could possibly help you maintain it, they could even grow produce in your garden and share some of it with you.
- Garden space going spare that needs care? See your garden blooming again with help from someone who’d love to help. Offer some room to grow.
- No time for gardening? Then let someone else garden it, then when you do get a chance to look at, you’ll enjoy it.
- If it’s difficult to keep-up with maintaining your garden, let someone else do the hard work who wants to.
- Do you need a helping hand? You can bet there’s someone nearby who’d love to lend a Tending hand, so Lend your garden space going to waste!
Lend and Tend to make gardening friends and get your garden back in bloom.
Nowhere to grow? No garden? No problem!
Losing the plot, waiting a long time for an allotment? There’s now a way to get allotment-like space, without a long wait. So don’t be green with envy when you see an unloved garden that you’d love to get your hands on and try not to see red, when you see gardens concreted over and grey; Get green fingered instead.
You could be helping someone in need of a helping hand, whilst you get stuck-in doing what you love: Gardening! Help a neighbor with maintenance in return for use of some of their outdoor space.
- Do you wish you had a garden? If you haven’t got your own, Tend to someone else’s.
- When community garden’s timetables are hard to fit in with; grow on your own.
- Not only are allotments hard to come by, but they’re often hard to get to, so garden in a garden that could possibly be right on your doorstep. Grow in a garden nearby!
- Spend more time outside rolling up your sleeves, getting your hands dirty. If your day isn’t looking so dandy, take your your day’s frustrations on some dandelions. Find inner peace with cabbage leaves.
Tend to a garden with Lend and Tend. Get to know, where you can grow. Cultivate care, cultivate and share.
Find the perfect Patch-Match.
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