We have little time left until we enter one of the most beautiful seasons, namely spring. Spring is the season of rebirth, it is the time when flowers bloom, the birds return and the weather warms up in the playful rays of the sun. It’s time for a beautiful garden and to expose ourselves to more vitamin D.
However, many people tend to ignore outdoor activities during the winter, and this is one of the most common mistakes that you can make, not only because you slow down the process of having a beautiful garden, but also because you ignore a lot of activities that can actually improve your overall health.
According to Todd Haiman, the resident landscape designer at 30 Warren condos in New York City and principal of Todd Haiman Landscape Design, there are a lot of things to do in the winter to prepare your garden for spring, so you don’t have to wait until winter is over.
Don’t forget that in these pandemic times, it is recommended to pay more attention to your physical and mental health. Staying home all day long and limiting physical activity is not good for your health as you risk getting sick. In fact, studies have shown that gardening activities can help you improve your mood, increase the happiness level and also keep your body in shape at the same time. So, take advantage of these benefits and start your gardening plan right now.
Here are some tips that will help you prepare your garden for spring even though it’s still cold outside. Read on for more info!