Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Fruit Trees

Not many people are aware of the many benefits of gardening. For some, it is just a chore that needs to be done at least once a week. For others, though, it is a hobby that offers many benefits. Gardening is a great stress reliever. You get to just focus on your task of taking care of your plants and flowers and not think about due dates or deadlines. Most of us rush through our day, leaving home before the sun rises so that we can get to work on time and finish as much work as we can. We even have to bring some work at home even during weekends just so we can finish them on time. We rarely have the time to just appreciate the view outside our window. With gardening, we do not think about the stress of finishing our tasks because of deadlines. We work quietly and at our own pace. Gardening also helps us develop patience. We cannot rush nature. We cannot command our fruit trees to grow faster than they should. We patiently wait for them to grow, bloom and bear fruits. We are just there to provide them with the care and attention they need for them to grow beautifully.

Gardening also enhances our creativity. We get to think how we want out garden to like. We decide which plants, shrubs, trees and flowers would go well together. Whether we want bamboo plants in one corner or blueberry plants on every side, we think of creative ways on how we can make our garden look beautiful especially once all the flowers in different colors start to bloom.

1 diner's comment:

dopdavid said...

my grandmothers favorite thing to do was garden, i will always love it and i know a lot about it