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Women and gardening


, : Women and gardening. Leisure Intelligence 3: 1-20

The report looks at UK women's participation in gardening with regard to: their involvement in tending the garden; the division of work between household members; the types of gardening jobs women tackle, and which, if any, they dislike; and women's attitudes to gardening. Results show that women play a significant role in the upkeep of their gardens, one third do most of the work themselves, while overall, 55% do most or an equal share.

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