Gardening is a pastime meant for the anyone. It’s healthy, beautiful, and rewarding. I love being in my garden and experiencing the silent scientific processes taking place all around me. Get started gardening by taking care of a plant—just one—and see how good it feels to keep something healthy and alive.
Why do people like gardening so much?
Gardening is a hobby that provides a feeling of accomplishment and reward for those who do it. The sense of accomplishment that comes with a successful garden allows us to focus on the beautiful things in life.
What do you love about gardening?
- Part of My Childhood. I was born into it! I’ve been gardening a very long time – over half a century to be exact.
- Outdoors. I love the great outdoors.
- Nature. It’s a way to commune with nature.
- Satisfying. It’s so satisfying to see something grow.
- Beauty. It makes my world beautiful.
Why does gardening make us happy?
Getting your hands dirty in the garden can increase your serotonin levels – contact with soil and a specific soil bacteria, Mycobacterium vaccae, triggers the release of serotonin in our brain according to research. Serotonin is a happy chemical, a natural anti-depressant and strengthens the immune system.
How are you feeling in gardening?
It’s peaceful and rewarding. It makes me feel happy and also reminds me to be patient. Just watching the plants grow from tiny, little sprouts to big, beautiful plants is incredibly satisfying, and it makes you feel so good.
Are gardeners happier?
Even for those with hobbies, gardeners score more positively on all measures than non gardeners. 93% of gardeners think gardening improves their mood. The more keen a gardener you are, the more positive your outlook is likely to be, 87% well being, versus 80%.
How does gardening boost mood?
Gardening can make you feel more peaceful and content. Focusing your attention on the immediate tasks and details of gardening can reduce negative thoughts and feelings and can make you feel better in the moment. Just spending time around plants eases stress for many people. Boosts self-esteem.
What have you learned from gardening?
- Growth takes time.
- Nature is therapeutic.
- Learn, then learn some more.
- You need the right environment to thrive.
- Nourishment should be continuous.
- Never ever ever give up.
- Victories don’t come by accident.
What’s great about gardening?
Gardening can reduce stress and mental clarity while also helping to prevent everything from coronary disease to colon cancer. Nature has long been known for its relaxing qualities, as a place for humans to find tranquility and healing.
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