Gardening - A Better Life, and A Greater World

Gardening - A Better Life, and A Greater World

Its, been a very long time since I have been doing gardening, growing plants to cleaning and watering them, it takes a lot of time. For very small I have had a passion for gardening. Now working in an IT field 9-5 job, When you sit at a desk all day, there's something about literally putting your hands in the dirt, digging and actually creating something that's really beautiful. It's not just me who feels like this, but, Many gardeners view their hobby as the perfect antidote to the modern world, a way of reclaiming some of the intangible things we've lost in our busy, dirt-free lives.

There are many benefits of gardening, can fight stress, even better than other relaxing leisure activities. The effortless attention of gardening may even help improve depression symptoms. Gardening gets you out in the fresh air and sunshine -- and it also gets your blood moving. There are lots of different movements in gardening, so you get some exercise benefits out of it as well. Digging, planting, weeding, and other repetitive tasks that require strength or stretching are excellent forms of low-impact exercise.

Gardening can make you a better person

The garden also can instill in us compassion for others. It takes a lot of patience and hard work to keep a garden going. We need to account for the needs of the various plants in our care, including watering, fertilization and pruning. This focus on the needs beyond our own can translate to our personal relationships as well. Despite all of the benefits that gardening provides to ourselves and our local communities, gardening provides an even greater benefit to the world around us.

So get out and garden!

You don't need a big backyard or a green thumb to benefit from gardening. If you have very little space or experience, you can start out with just a few houseplants, or you could even try gardening in containers. Through gardening, we’ll strive for improved health, a better life, and a great world through gardening.

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