Snapshots: Bountiful Joy

By Teresa Woodard

Yes.  Gardening is a lot of work – watering, weeding, planting, and trimming, but it’s the gardening joys that make the sweat and dirty fingernails worthwhile.  Take inspiration from these three examples.  My husband’s 90-year-old grandmother plants an ever-flowering mandevilla vine at her mailbox to bring cheer to the neighbors in her senior community. 

Here, I’ve grown zinnias from seed since I was 10, so I love sharing bouquets of my favorite blooms with others.

And look how this “pothole gardener” is cleverly spreading goodwill in East London.

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