About farming and society is getting behind this now that people are saving more.
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Many groups of people are getting back in to farming from neighbors to lawyers
Many different kinds of groups of people are getting back into farming from lawyers to doctors, scientist to your neighbors and exploring there roots from there mothers and fathers of long ago.
They have big yards and want to do something good for the environment and themselves in what they eat and feel proud they were able to get flowers to bloom or vegetables to eat where they thought themselves they did not have a green thumb.
Alot of these folks are in the fifties or older and it become a big hobby among them whether they are females or men doing the gardening. There are even many couples who do this on regular basis and keep the closeness in there relationship and bonding time. It get us out in the fresh air and on hands and knees and give us muscles pulling weeds and keep the bugs away. Many 50 year old have the time now with their children all grown up or moved out of the house.
They are doing many types of gardens from rose gardens like the English to vegetable garden to flower garden or exotic gardens with exotic trees and bushes. You reach certain point in life and want to give something back to mother earth plus it is inexpensive way to do it. One package of seeds could cost from $1.29 to $3.00 depending on the type.
The older people are using this as tool if they are raising grandchildren on responsibility on take care of something with a little bit water and keep the weeds away and how quickly the seeds sprout there plant.
This is such a wonderful way to replenish the heart and soul of all us and give something back to mother earth who have given us so much over thousands of years.
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