On June 13, a remarkable event takes place that any enthusiastic gardener will not miss – Weed your Garden Day, which turns your garden into a well-groomed kingdom of flowers and fruit trees. You have to work hard, but the result justifies the effort. A beautiful, well-groomed perimeter around the house is a reward.
The first gardens appeared thousands of years ago. There was a division into private and public lands. Emperors of ancient civilizations allocated vast sums of money to create gardens that decorated cities, temples, and tombs; it glorified their culture and showcased the skills of the people.
Watering, fertilizing flower beds, and removing weeds is necessary. Otherwise, a garden will not look good. Weeds prevent useful plants from growing; they take away necessary moisture and hinder the exchange of oxygen in the soil.
- Weeding a garden is done regularly.
- Scientists believe gardeners cope well with stressful situations and pressing difficulties, showing restraint and resisting aggressive external social factors. They are focused, attentive, and not subject to public pressure.
Clover, dandelions, hogweed, and daisies are considered weeds and are ruthlessly removed in the name of beauty and the health of beneficial plant species.
How to take part
Take up gardening. Experienced gardeners have perfect relaxation, almost like meditation, a remedy for depression or sad thoughts. Become a volunteer, offer to help a neighbor weed their garden. During the holiday, visit a garden that became part of the cultural heritage or a local landmark. If you plan a family celebration for June 13, spend it in your own or a public garden.
When is Weed Your Garden Day celebrated in 2024?
Weed Your Garden Day is observed on June 13 each year.