Gardens can work wonders to improve our mood, help us feel relaxed and boost our confidence. Discover ways to feel good through gardening.
Gardens are special spaces. They can improve our wellbeing in many ways, helping us feel calm or giving a sense of purpose.
For some, the idea of developing a garden or green space may fill you with worry about what could go wrong. When gardening, it’s hard to seriously mess things up. Achievement can come in many forms.
Spending time with plants can help you be present in the moment and offer welcome distraction. Some people even like to name their plants!
Mark Lane is known to millions as a gardening presenter. Less well known are his mental health struggles and how gardening helped his recovery. Mark tells his story and highlights the benefits of gardening for mental wellbeing.
Constantly seeing and being around plants help us feel more calm and relaxed, thus decreasing levels of anxiety. In this article we look at some of our favourite plants which can help to improve our mental health.
In this guide we look at different ways to make your garden a relaxing place to unwind from daily stresses.
Gardening doesn’t have to be a solo activity. Sharing tips with others or joining gardening groups brings the joy of being part of a community.