Many small gardens in a community can make a huge difference. In fact, research in the UK found that personal gardens compose over 25% of the trees in non-forest environments.
Plants release oxygen into the atmosphere, absorb carbon dioxide, provide food humans, and regulate the water cycle.
By investing time in your own garden, you can effectively help the collective effort to reduce the amount of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere!
Gardening also ensures you can provide your family with pesticide free healthy vegetables and it offers your family a chance to connect with Mother Nature.
You do not need to buy expensive containers – think simple, have fun and learn by doing.
Please enjoy this video as a simple introduction to growing your own garden!