Sparrow and Finch Gardening Gardening is good for your health, society, and even the odd revolution

Gardening is good for your health, society, and even the odd revolution

It is obvious that gardening can be a great way to get some physical exercise. Lack of it can lead to diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Carly Wood explained that gardening is also good for mental health. Gardeners tend to have higher levels of life satisfaction, a greater sense of self-esteem, and less fatigue and depression than non-gardeners.

Gardens can be beneficial to society and the UK housing crisis.

Garden cities, which were created in the 19th century as a result of a movement to create greener, more pleasant places to live and to work, and are surrounded by large green areas, could provide more housing. They would also provide more homely communities for people to work and live in instead of sprawling estates that require people to commute.

As Susan Parham said, garden cities are very popular. The government’s decision to spend more than PS300m on a garden town near Ebbsfleet in Kent is not surprising.

They may have even sparked a revolution.

No piece of land is too small or unattractive. Michael Hardman, CC BY

In Africa, Europe, and America, guerrilla gardeners are stealing neglected land and planting gardens in urban areas without permission.

Michael Hardman, a four-year veteran of the guerrilla garden scene, has documented how students, business people and chefs are working together to beautify an area or make it useful via urban agriculture. He wrote about the collaboration between students, chefs, businesspeople, and community workers to beautify or use an area through urban agriculture.

There are really no excuses not to do some gardening.

Who needs soil? Jon Kalish/FlickrCC BY

Even if your home is in the city, Rebecca Whittle explains Five different ways to grow your fresh vegetables, including a window farm.

You’d also want to be careful.

Life and Death Gardening Phil Sellens CC-BY

Some plants are poisonous. Carly Stevens lists five of these.

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