Your Wellbeing Garden March 27, 2020 19:52

Hello my friends

Over the coming weeks I hope to bring you tips to help you create a wellbeing garden so that I can help in any way to get through these weeks and months ahead together.  Please follow me via my facebook page

The first advice I can give you is to simply take time out to enjoy your garden.  Now is the perfect time.  With Spring arriving and the forecast finally giving us dry and sunny conditions for this week anyway.  We need to make the most of any opportunity we can, we all know with our British weather, in can be unpredictable.


My garden is so important to me and think we will all be in ours more than ever this Year. Whether it is for the kids to run around in or for us wanting a little  bit of peace away from them - we can all benefit.   I am just so lucky to have a garden.

Garden tips


* Start small - mooch around your garden, enjoying a little tidyup now the sun is here. 
* Add places to sit - I have added lots of seating to my garden.  One under the tree for those sunny hot days when I need some shade, and one on the patio in full sunlight when I need the warmth of the sun, especially this time of Year!  And one right at the bottom of my garden, away from everyone. 
* March is a perfect time to start growing flowers that attract bees and butterflies.
* Great to start growing herbs too that you can use in the kitchen

Benefits of listening to the birds in your garden

Recent  research shows that birdsong can relax us and can be very soothing.  Take a few minutes to just sit in the garden and listen.  My robin is always very noisy and sits in my holly tree.  He definitly makes me smile.

Enjoying your garden


I love to eat lunch alfresco.  Or making a bbq area to enjoy the outdoors with the whole family.  I do hope it will be warm enough very soon.  Please do make your garden bring your family together at this difficult time - and I would love to see pictures of you all  in your garden having fun, please do share.  Namaste xx

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