National Gardening Week is the country’s biggest annual celebration of gardening and taking place between April 26th and May 2nd. The week is run by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to raise awareness of gardening and horticulture.
Many of us have been spending more time in nature for the past year and enjoying the mental and physical health benefits of doing so. The theme of this year’s gardening week is all about celebrating the feel-good power of plants and gardens, highlighting the scientific links between gardening and wellbeing and sharing easy tips to get your daily dose of Vitamin G.
“Vitamin G is ‘green’, and research has shown that getting a daily dose improves our sense of personal wellbeing,” explains RHS Director of Science, Professor Alistair Griffiths. Read the full article here.
Find out more information and how you can get involved here.