Friday, April 05, 2013
There are so many ways to participate and celebrate National Garden Month, and here a just a few:
Keep America Beautiful campaign!
Another idea is to get together with your neighbors and order mulch and compost in bulk quantities. To find out how much may be needed, click here.
Take an inventory of all your gardening gear and donate the excess to a community gardening program or school garden.
Host a plant swap and share cuttings and seeds with family and friends adding sentimental value to the new plants you add to your garden.
Green up your street or local park by picking up trash. Volunteer at your local school's garden or start a neighborhood garden club, sharing ideas, seeds and labor, and then share the bounty with friends and neighbors. Deliver houseplants or flowers to a local nursing home or children's hospital. And speaking of children, have fun doing a gardening project with them. Gardening with children teaches many valuable
There are many ways to be creative and helpful when it comes to celebrating National Garden Month. By participating in small or big ways, we reinforce our symbiotic relationship with nature by giving, growing and greening our places and spaces. What will you do to celebrate National Garden Month? We'd love to hear your ideas.
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