Urban Vegetable Garden in Havana, Cuba

Around the World in 80 Gardens was a television series of 10 programmes in which British gardener and broadcaster Monty Don visited 80 of the world’s most celebrated gardens. This video shows an urban vegetable garden in the space left by a collapsed building in Havana, Cuba.
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  1. theportalofhealing says:

    This is a must see video for all of those concerned about what they are eating and where it comes from. These wonderful gardens in Cuba are exactly the sort of initiative that is needed in the UK and other countries, small self contained organic gardens producing cheap, healthy food that uses no nasty chemicals. I hope this video encourages some people to go out and plant a few veggies in their backyard!

  2. carovision says:

    Just got back from Havana. And your video is so lovely. See mine silde show Havana,Cuba 09

  3. minariffic says:

    thanks it helped a lot with my science project :) <3

  4. lkbkr103 says:

    Thanks for the information. We always thought you couldn’t add meat or dairy, but I guess we were wrong.

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