Exploring the benefits of connecting people with plants.
Gardening is good for both body and soul. The produce itself is good to eat, of course, and tending a garden is great exercise. But gardening can also instill virtues like dignity and self-respect; now, many therapists, counselors, and social workers are using those benefits to help those with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, and to help the homeless and underserved.
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