If you’re feeling frazzled and out of sorts, The Well-Gardened Mind might be just what the doctor ordered. Written by an experienced gardener, this book offers plenty of advice on how to restore your balance by incorporating nature into your everyday life. From growing vegetables in a container garden to taking a relaxing walk in the park, there are countless ways to connect with Mother Earth. So dig deep and get ready to bloom!
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who are looking to find ways to connect with nature and have a more well-rounded life. It contains advice on gardening, taking walks in the park, and other ways to get in touch with the great outdoors.
- This book is a great resource for getting in touch with nature and restoring your balance.
- It offers easy tips for gardening, regardless of your experience level.
- The author’s passion for gardening shines through on every page.
- It might be a little too “woo-woo” for some people
- Some of the advice may be difficult to follow without prior gardening experience
- It’s not particularly cheap
Learn more about the author
Sue Stuart-Smith has been gardening for over 25 years. She is a regular contributor to gardening magazines and websites, and her work has also been featured in national newspapers. Sue lives in Northamptonshire, England, with her husband and two young children.
“The Well-Gardened Mind is a wellspring of practical tips and advice for anyone looking to gardens as an antidote to the stresses of everyday life. Sue Stuart-Smith shows how gardening can be used as both a refuge and a resource, providing solace in times of difficulty and inspiration when we need it most.”
“The Well-Gardened Mind is a comprehensive guide to finding peace and balance in your life by nurturing your connection with nature. Sue Stuart-Smith’s years of experience as an avid gardener shines through in the wealth of information she provides on topics ranging from container gardening to forest walks. This book will help you find ways to harmonize your body, mind, and spirit through nature that work for you.”
“In The Well-Gardened Mind, Sue Stuart-Smith provides an abundance of ideas for how to access the restorative power of nature. Drawing on her years of experience as a gardener, she outlines specific ways in which we can all use plants and gardens to improve our physical and mental well-being.”
“A delightful oasis of a book!”