Peace of Mind
When most people see a garden, they see work, having to keep the garden watered & plentiful with exquisite flowers and tall green trees. Although, when other people see a garden, they see absolute beauty, they see peace. A garden is a place for freedom. When they step into a garden it’s like an instant relaxed feeling.
A garden is full of many different wonderful colors, sights, and different things you can smell. You might see exotic, beautiful flowers, of all types, shapes, sizes, and colors, such as a rose. The roses could be pink or red, long or short. There could be a wide variety of the many different ways you can see them. You might also see some trees, tall luscious trees, or short tress that are slowly dieing. You may also encounter some vegetables and fruits growing in a garden. Some of the vegetables being delicious deep orange carrots, or maybe even red juicy tomatoes. You could see fruits like sweet strawberries, or huge watermelon. In a garden there are plentiful things that could grow.
Many of the different things that grow in a garden can be considered a life source for a redundant amount of things. All different kinds of birds for example, depend on the different flowers for their nectar, as well as bees. Insects, like rolly polly ollies, butterflys, and dragonflys, get their nutrition from a garden as well, using the soil and other different things to survive.
When you enter a garden, you smell the wonderful fresh smell, from the soil, the amazing varieties of flowers, and the deep green grass. You hear the bees buzzing, the hummingbirds flying, the woodpeckers pecking at the trees, and squirrels and rabbits running around collecting food.
A garden can be a beautiful place for absolute peace. When work gets stressful, things are going crazy, life in turning into a roller coaster ride, some nice fresh air in a garden can sure stimulate your senses. A garden is important because