The Art and Science of Gardening






Gardening in the decorative sense, requires a certain amount of civilization to thrive. People have made efforts to make their environment into an appealing exhibition wherever that level has been reached, in all parts of the world and at all times. Gardening appears to be a spontaneous and even enthusiastic response to nature, engendering a desire to develop development and harmony in a creative partnership with it.

It is possible to enjoy gardens as a spectator. Most people who cultivate a domestic plot, on the other hand, find enjoyment in being involved in plant-care operations. They've discovered that paying attention to seasonal changes and the numerous tiny "events" in any shrubbery or herbaceous border helps their overall understanding and appreciation of gardening.

Following World War II, there was a spectacular increase in interest in gardening in Western countries. A lawn with flower beds and possibly a vegetable garden has become a desired feature of homeownership. Horticultural wholesalers, nurseries, garden centres, and seed companies saw extraordinary growth due to the increasing interest. Gardening books, magazines, and newspaper articles have a devoted following, while television and radio broadcasts on the subject have a loyal audience.

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