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How about finding a mobile home park in a town with community gardens?

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Finding a home with space for gardening isn't precisely our problem. It's trying to find just the right combination of three qualities: 1) a low-cost, easy to maintain home base, 2) security (for our home and our possessions) while we are away for extended periods of time, and 3) space for gardening when we return home. A mobile home park satisfies the first two requirements, but we have yet to find a park that fully satisfies the third. There's a solution out there somewhere . . . we just have to find it. We certainly appreciate all the suggestions. Container gardening definitely could play a role in our future plans.
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I live near a military base: they often 'rotate' furniture pets cars (sometimes even near adult children) through owners.

I have heard of RV park book exchanges.

Could there be some sort of serial plant caring?

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