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Why is gardening important?

Why is gardening important?
By growing your own garden, you are the one to decide what goes on your plants and into your soil, allowing you to reduce the amount of harmful chemicals polluting our environment and waterways. Organically growing your own food is sustainable and nourishes your soil by using safe and natural fertilizers and products.

Horticulture has been validated to lower pressure, lower blood pressure, decrease LDL cholesterol, and reduce sadness.

Gardening is good for a great many things. It can be good for your health, good for your soil, and good for the wildlife in your backyard. It’s a great way to relieve stress, to set goals for yourself, and to nurture something. On top of all that, growing your own produce is a great way to become more sustainable at home and to reduce your environmental impact. Gardening also happens to be a great hobby. It's something that you can do season after season, year after year, and into your twilight years. Even if you don’t have robust flower beds or a vast back garden, you can still find ways to garden indoors and on a smaller scale. This makes gardening a versatile hobby, as well as a healthy one.
Getting your hands dirty in the garden can increase your serotonin levels - contact with soil and a specific soil bacterium, Mycobacterium waxy, according to research triggers the release of serotonin in our brain. Lack of serotonin in the brain causes depression.

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