Gardening 101- Tips and Tools for Planting Vegetables and Flowers
Gardening 101 – Tips and Tools for Planting Vegetables and Flowers. At the end of March, interest in growing a garden reached an all-time high, according to Google Trends, while U.S. seed company W. Atlee Burpee & Co. reportedly sold more seeds than ever in its 144-year history. The reason was simple: people longed for an intelligent solution to combat the food supply fear that the coronavirus outbreak caused (read more here).
But even if life slowly becomes “normal” again, the intrigue to plant a garden remains – Good housekeeping In May 2020, interest in our garden content increased by almost 200% compared to the previous year.
Regardless of whether you exercise your creativity, increase the attractiveness of your home or want to lead a healthier lifestyle, starting a garden from scratch is an entertaining way to achieve these goals. In fact, Gwenn Fried, manager of horticultural therapy at NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation, notes that it is worth taking into account the health benefits that range from lowering blood pressure to improving your mood. “Nature has a huge impact on health and well-being,” says Fried. “We know that people’s cortisol levels drop in a quiet, green area.”
In addition to being willing to roll up your sleeves and get a little dirty, growing a healthy garden as a beginner requires patience and basic knowledge of plant types (and how to arrange them), the right type of soil care, and the best tools you can rely on can leave. Here we share the ultimate garden guide for beginners, whether you want to grow healthy vegetables or Instagram-worthy plants and flowers. Also discover some of our most popular garden tools that you can buy online now.
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