Starting a garden is a little bit of hard work, but it is also a lot of fun. Imagine being able to go out into your garden and pluck a few fruits and vegetables for your dinner? Or perhaps you might cut a bunch of flowers for Mom? Gardens are not only useful and pretty, but they also help the environment. Unlike us, plants take in carbon dioxide. They then convert it into oxygen and release it into the air. In other words, they help to clean our air! If every single person in the U.S. planted a garden, there would be a significant impact in the air quality. Although most gardens are usually outdoors, you can also grow plants indoors if the weather is too harsh or if you don?t have a backyard. The main things a plant needs to grow is soil, water, air, nutrients, and sunlight. Learn all about gardening from the resources below and then try to plant your own beautiful green patch.
Author : Paul Mousseline
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