Improve and Reap Good Health by Gardening



health benefits of gardeningGardening is so good for your health!  Have you heard that before? Well it is true because you can reap good health by gardening and if you don’t believe it just read on!    Choosing organic gardening is a way to improve your health and help you feel and stay younger.

You can learn to garden whether you live in an apartment with a small balcony or have lots of space. There are so many ways that gardening can help improve your life and your family’s life.  Fresh produce with higher nutrition, no toxic chemicals to worry about, or hidden ingredients such as toxic pesticides, herbicides, artificial coloring, preservatives, and additives that might be added to the produce if you buy it in a grocery store.

You have control of what goes on and into your plants. Whether you garden in pots and live in an apartment, have a yard with a large or small garden, or choose to use vertical gardening  it is just plain healthy for you! There are so many options today that almost anyone can grow at least some of their own food and/or enjoy the beauty of flowers that can add so much joy to your life! Relax and set and enjoy your garden in comfort and style!

Dig into that soil and relieve your stress, help improve your mind, body, and spiritual well-being.  Take a  look at the amazing benefits on how gardening can improve your health and help you be a happier person. Don’t let another summer go by without knowing and experiencing the wonderful benefits gardening can add to your life and health.

Why Gardening Is Good For Your Health

Why Gardening Is Good For Your Health [Infographic] by the team at

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Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog! I believe in living green, organically, and natural in every aspect of our lives. My mission is to help educate you on how to live green, help save our environment and to help you and your family live a happier, healthier life!

19 thoughts on “Improve and Reap Good Health By Gardening!”

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    1. Hi Nancy,
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Glad you liked the article. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

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  4. Marla indebted to see your really passion you are full of life colors and making humanity colorful; keep it up……….LOL

    1. Hi Azhar,
      Yes I love color and especially flowers of all shapes and sized. Glad to share them with you. Thanks for reading my article and commenting. Have a healthy happy blessed day! Marla

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  7. homesteadingongrace

    Very cool graphic! My husband told me about his great-grandmother’s garden the other day. He said it was perfect without one weed in it. She worked for hours every day, and she’s still alive today, with great-great-grandchildren. Pretty cool. Thanks for joining the Homestead Blog Hop!

    1. Thanks Deborah for sharing my article and for hosting your great blog hop. Glad you found my information helpful. Have a healthy happy day! Marla

  8. The Peaceful Haven

    Love this post! I am a gardener at heart and love to spend as much time in the garden as possible. I can feel the difference it makes and I always loose some weight which is an added benefit!

    1. So glad you enjoyed my article and thanks for commenting. Gardening is so beneficial to us in so many ways. Have a healthy happy blessed Mother’s Day weekend!

  9. I love growing my own herbs and hope to get the tomatoes to grow this year. It’s tough since we rent a house, but I am truly motivated. Stopping by from Let’s Get Real Friday

  10. I love gardening, and there is nothing- just nothing- better than eating and sharing food you have grown yourself. It gives me a thrill every time I cook and serve something from my own garden- even if I have just snipped some herbs from my windowsill.

  11. smallftprints

    I come from a long line of gardeners and I, myself, have always grown food … even as a child. There’s something so wonderful about touching the soil and planting seeds. I think it’s a connection to the earth. And, of course, all the benefits when things begin to grow. Thanks for another wonderful post!

    1. Hi,
      I totally agree with you – there is something wonderful and magnificent about planting and watching them grow. Have a healthy happy day!

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