The Psychology of Gardening

I don’t know what it is about a garden that has always drawn humans to them. But they’ve always
been very popular, and an integral part of peoples’ lifestyles. Most religions feature gardens as the settings
for some of the biggest events According to Christianity, humanity was started in a garden and the son of God
was resurrected in a garden. The Buddhist build gardens to allow nature to permeate their surroundings. Almost
every major palace and government building has a garden. But what’s so great about them? They’re just a bunch of plants, after all.

Of course, the reasoning is fairly obvious behind why people grow food in gardens. It’s to eat! If you live off the
fat of the land and actually survive on stuff from your garden, it’s easy to understand the reasoning.

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