Gardening is the act of returning to our most natural selves.
Never underestimate the healing power of a quiet moment among plants.
Why Do I Garden?
I grew up eating food made with vegetables and herbs from our garden and I knew that it was a tradition that I’d carry into adulthood. There are many reasons why I garden but the most important is that I believe it is revolutionary to learn how to grow your own food. This is a skill that I believe everyone should have and I want to learn as much as I can and pass it on to others. Like most people, I get sad when a plant struggles or dies in my care and I want to be the best plant mom that I can be.
Join me in this journey to learning more about green things and how to care for them.
Why Should You Garden?
Reap What You Sow
Gardening is a humbling experience. One where you often need to put in hard and time-consuming work. Where nature demands that you practice patience. But where you are also rewarded with the delicious fruits of your labor: vegetables, herbs, and more!
Restore Peace and Serenity in Your Life
Research shows that gardening, or just simply having a plant in our homes or work spaces, is beneficial to both our mental and physical health.
The act of growing and tending to plants (and just being in green spaces in general) helps reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. It’s a perfect way to cope with stress. On top of that, it encourages healthier eating habits, promotes more nutritious food selection, and cleans our air! You can’t go wrong with anything that improves your health and well being!
I grow plants for many reasons: to please my soul, to challenge the elements or to challenge my patience, for novelty, or for nostalgia, but mostly for the joy in seeing them grow.David Hobson
Things I Plan(t) to Share with You
Tips and tricks on how to nourish your indoor or outdoor garden, grow your plants, and cook with the fruits of your labor! 😉
Reusing Old Pots
Save money buy using old pots for your new plant home.
From Garden to Table
Best herbs and veggies to grow for your indoor or outdoor garden and cooking needs!
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