Plants and herbs at Garden Chit Chat.
Good day! Happy Monday!
I hope you had a great weekend and you are ready to start a new day with lots of enthusiasm.
The past week I have been outdoors in the garden with my mom capturing some of the herbs, plants, flowers in our garden; it was indeed fun and interactive. My mom has vast knowledge in gardening and is a certified farmer so I am trying my utmost best to acquire as much knowledge and follow in her footsteps; yes she is my inspiration.
There is so much joy in being outdoors in the garden, not only is it therapeutic but it gives me the opportunity to discover new things, it changes my mood and contributes to my physical well-being.
Regardless of age or culture, I encourage people to find time for nature, nature is indeed pleasing, nature heals.
In this video below, I have highlighted the common names and scientific names of some herbs/plants at Garden Chit Chat. We will try to do a new video monthly with more plants, gardening tips and foodie. In the meantime as we work on the garden, we are happy to share some inspiration with you.
Virtual Garden Tour: If you are interested in a virtual tour, please contact us for more information; we will be ready for virtual tours in 2021. That should be interesting for anyone who is not able to physically visit Garden Chit Chat. We promise to make it fun and informative.
So this kind of wraps everything up for today, I have a busy schedule "comme d'habitude;"
a painting to complete, some transplanting to do and more. The days are just too short! I am sure you would agree.
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Until next time, happy gardening and stay safe.
Garden Whisper: The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul.
— Alfred Austin