Experts say it burns a lot of calories, lowers your blood pressure, helps you to eat healthier and increases your overall happiness.
Now, as we try to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic — Gardening is making a resurgence. For exactly all those reasons.
people are coming out of the woodwork and they want to grow.
Lambert Growers in West Valley City is seeing a bumper crop of first-time gardeners
“They have time for it so (laughter) lots of questions like straight up how do I plant this ..spacing watering all the questions seasoned gardeners don`t have to think about,” Kimberly Walsh-Clark said.
Walsh-Clark says the rush started in early April.
“Usually, Mother`s Day weekend and the weeks that follow are the busiest of the year but I think coronavirus has people out early and wanting projects and also the weather has been incredible,” Walsh-Clark said.
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