It’s good for your health.
Sometimes, we need a reason to go outside. Here’s a pretty good one. We’re all busy, but studies show gardening can have positive impacts on blood pressure, brain activity, sleep patterns, stress reduction, and mood. Working outdoors helps reduce Vitamin D deficiencies and provides physical exercise. If you want to go further on your gardening journey, plant vegetable and fruit plants—many rely on animal pollinators like bees to produce. It also happens to be a smart way to supply your family with healthy, fresh food.