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Can Gardening Help To Heal The Mind?

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1OH Can Gardening Help To Heal The Mind? on Thu 15 Jun 2017 - 1:08

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Gardening may help individuals heal according to studies,The results of early studies suggest they have a positive impact on people that suffers from mental illness and anxiety.The visual aesthetics of plants are known to elicit feelings of inner peace, which generates positive emotions toward a meaningful appreciation of life. According to the study,Direct contact with plants may guide an individual's focus away from stress enhancing their overall quality of life.
So this summer make sure to Surround yourself  with colorful blooms and watch as the bumble bees buzz around to collect their food. Relax under a shady retreat or backyard patio, and listen to the bubbling noises of a nearby garden fountain for the ultimate in relaxation and mind healing.


Here are three lovely flowers to plant in your garden this summer.



Gloriosa Daisy which is commonly known as Black Eyed Susan. It grows up to 3.5 ft tall and can also live over cool weather,their Deep golden petals radiate from chocolate centers on 2- to 4-inch-wide flowers.





Paeonia suffruticosa,This flower can live 100 years without proper care because it can survive in a cool weather. The common name used in China is 牡丹 (mu dan). Plants belonging to this group have been cultivated for millennia in China, initially only as a source of traditional Chinese medicine particularly the skin of its roots is used as 牡丹皮 (mu dan pi). Already early on the plant was also cultivated for its ornamental value, and it is highly revered in Chinese culture.




Oxalis along with its other variants of colors can be used for outdoor or indoor planting. It can grow under from 6 inches depending on its kind. The leaves are shaped somewhat like clover leaves. Both the leaves and flowers close up at night the leaves taste sour because they an oxalis has clover-shaped leaves and colorful blossoms.


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2OH Re: Can Gardening Help To Heal The Mind? on Fri 28 Jul 2017 - 13:20

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It all depends on how far that mind has gone.


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