Looking for a way to improve your mental health and well-being? Try starting a garden. With the onset of May and mental health month awareness in full swing, there is no better time to connect with nature and enjoy the outdoors. Here’s why.
Gardening is fun and is a great form of therapy
There is always something new to learn as you go
Whether you grow flowers, vegetables, houseplants, or herbs, gardening provides feelings of accomplishment
It helps you get stronger and more fit
Gardening improves both mental and physical health
Gardening provides and connection with nature as well as a community of those who enjoy gardening too
It provides an opportunity to get really creative when working with plants and flowers.
Follow along to learn more about why you should grow a garden.