Gardening is good exercise that has amazing results at the end of the season.
Runners just get sweaty, weight lifters get sore backs, dancers get bruised feet, but gardeners get tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, and squash.
Strategic gardeners even get the herbs that will restore those sore backs and bruised feet that other athletes just have to bare.
You may be thinking that while gardening may work for younger people, or people who have teenagers living at home, once you get older, gardening will be too much work.
While this is the reality for some gardeners, it doesn’t have to be.
With a few tweaks to your garden design and the magic of companion planting working for you, you can create a garden over the next few years that will nurture you as you get older.
Plus with mature herbs in your companion planting layout, you’ll be growing a pharmacy in your own garden that can help heal those aches, pains, and bruises as well as many other afflictions of aging.
At the end of this class you’ll know exactly what you need to do in your own garden to create a garden that is a blessing and a sanctuary right now and through the golden years.