Welcome to my plant kingdom: Pandemic gardening blooms in Singapore

Mr Keith Loo and his wife Seet Hui Tze started work on their plot-cum-greenhouse at Sprout Hub around September last year. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - Many gardening hobbyists have turned to raking, pruning and sowing as a respite from the anxieties of Covid-19.

It usually starts with a solitary desk plant that thrived, or a clutch of pots placed along the corridor which blossomed.

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