As far as I can remember, I have always been surrounded by vegetation. My mother and I know live together in home with a beautiful garden full of luscious trees, green foliage, fruits, herbs, and plants. The garden is the main focus point in our home because the garden’s beauty and health benefits give us life and enjoyment. There is happiness in our hearts when my mother and I site upon our outdoor chair and gazed at the gorgeous scenery. The garden also provides a room with a picturesque view. My mother and I are extremely thankful to god for having the opportunity to love and care for this natual earthly surface.
Taking care of a garden involves time, dedication, and love. We water, nourish, and trim the garden. We have a set schedule for the week where on day we collected the insect-infested leaves or dead leaves, trim some small plants and shrub, water, and nourish the plants and tree with nutrient soil. However, we do have a gardener who helps with mowing the lawn and trimming the trees. The act of physically performing these activities benefits our health by being active. There is always something to do.
The garden also gives us health through the herbs and fruits we grow. We have orange, lemon, and sherry trees. We also have a pomegranate shrub and a green grape vine. We all the herbs you can think of, such as lemon oregano, lemon grass, basil, and rosemary. In addition, we have Okinawa leaves we used for our salads and egg omelets. They are a sort of spinach with high levels of vitamins A and C, iron, potassium, and calcium. But we also have many snake plants; a type of plant that cleans the air.
>Therefore we love our garden; it brings us health, beauty, and happiness. The garden is our oasis. We reflect our thoughts, meditate, nourish our bodies from the elements of the garden. Everything is alive and thriving and appreciated through our love and care for the garden.