It's #GrowSomething Week!
Here's how participants have gotten the word out so far on why gardening is great during the #GrowSomething social media takeover.
May 15, 2012
Did you know that the smell of soil acts as a natural antidepressant? The Atlantic posted a story about how gardening can boost your mood, and it was one of the many articles shared during the first two days of #GrowSomething week.
#GrowSomething participants shared Facebook posts, tweets and Instagram photos, all on why plants and flowers are great.
Here's a sample of what retailers, growers and gardeners have shared about why plants and flowers are great:
@sidraisch You can bury a lot of troubles digging in the dirt. And you might just #growsomething in the process. http://ht.ly/aTwAx
@KelleeMagee Planting & watering in my first containers of the spring season is great 'thinking time,' it makes me happy to #GrowSomething
@Proven_Winners This is 1 of the very many reasons u should #growsomething - smell of dirt acts as a natural antidepressant in humans
Haven't participated in #GrowSomething yet? No problem! The #GrowSomething social media takeover continues on through this Friday, May 18. To learn more, visit GreenhouseGrower.com/GrowSomething.