Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and the gardens are springing everywhere! From community gardens to backyard flower beds, May is the perfect time of the year to stop and enjoy, the smell of roses! Even if you don’t consider yourself a green thumb – here is why you should start gardening this spring and summer in your community.
Planting a tree or any other plant can help the environment by reducing carbon emissions. Vegetable gardens can also help reduce your carbon footprint. Start growing your veggies and you’ll be minimizing the need to transport food which requires high energy consumption and additional costs.
Reduces Stress and Improves Health
Gardening comes with a vast of health benefits. Studies show that gardening can reduce stress, help with depression symptoms and improve your physical and mental health.
Boosts Your Property Value
Gardening and landscaping will help beautify your home and can also raise the value of your home. If you think about your garden as an investment in your property, you’ll find that this hobby is making you money as well, it’s a win-win!
Benefits Your Community
If you move into a residential community, and you don’t have a place in mind to begin your garden – consider community gardens. Joining a community gardens are a great way to beautify your neighborhood, create pride and ownership among members of your community.
Roberts Communities encourages its residents to beautify and take pride in their properties. If you are interested in learning more about Roberts Communities and what it is like to live here, visit our website!