Wouldn't it be great to grow your own tomatoes? Walk slowly to the balcony and get some fresh green arugula. During these days of isolation there is no better paradise than having a balcony or if you’re lucky, a terrace. If you have that space it can be a great idea to plant your own orchard.
Eating your own food is a desire that many of us have. There can be nothing healthier than going to your gardener some basil leaves and tomatoes to make the best caprese you've ever tasted
The good news is, it’s easily achievable.
But apart from the nutritional benefits of eating your own food, gardening is an activity that can benefit your health in many ways.
- Gardening is an exercise: it builds strength, promotes sleep, and helps you maintain a healthy weight.
- It improves cognitive function, memory and it's a mood booster.
- It helps manage axiety.
Now that you know gardening is a powerful tool for wellness, here are three tips to have in mind before setting up your own mini orchard. Good luck!