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Release Some Tension...Spend Some Time In Your Garden
by Mike Yeager

Gardening can be one of the most rewarding and relaxing hobbies that you can engage in. Picture a beautiful spring day, the sweet smell of grass in the air and you get to go out and work the soil and prepare your garden. One of the fascinating things about gardening is that you can start with a small seed and grow anything you want   

Whether you’re interested in gardening to grow flowers and plants or fruit and vegetables, every gardener knows the excitement and satisfaction of seeing their work and effort pay off with a beautiful harvest. Not only are you producing nature’s products for yourself but from mid-summer through winter, dozens of plants share their berries with wild creatures, which in turn, helps wildlife build fat storage for winter survival

Have you every seen an attractive garden and over in the corner there’s statue of a gnome? Well, according to legend, house and garden gnomes help with chores around the home, like sweeping the floor or planting. This is the reason many statues of gnomes hold hammers, axes or shovels, or are pushing wheelbarrows. Find out more about these delightful garden creatures

Whether you’re interested in flowers and shrubs or organic gardening, you’re sure to derive much relaxation and happiness from spending time in your own garden .

Mike Yeager / Publisher
http://www.a1-flowers-4u.com/
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