62: Gardening for Mental Well-Being with Roz Chandler

Hello flower lovers! Roz Chandler here, your host on The Cutflower Podcast. Today, we're continuing our January Series, focusing on the fantastic world of growing your own cut flowers and, specifically, the mental health benefits it brings.

Key Takeaways:

1. Mental Well-being: Growing cut flowers isn't just about blooms; it's a powerful way to enhance your mental health and well-being. Whether you're stressed, overwhelmed, or looking to improve your overall mental health, cultivating cut flowers can be a transformative experience.

2. Joy Beyond Flowers: The joy of growing cut flowers goes beyond the beauty of the blooms. It extends to the satisfaction of gifting flowers to loved ones, considering a flower farming side hustle, or even contemplating a career change.

3. Free Master Classes: Dive deeper into the art of cut flower cultivation by joining our annual series of free master classes starting on February 1st. Find us on Facebook in the “Cut Flower Master Classes 2024” group for valuable resources and insights.

4. Therapeutic Gardening: Discover the undeniable therapeutic effects of gardening. Recent discussions with experts like Rosie Dixon emphasise the role of gardening in relieving stress and improving mental health.

5. Physical, Mental, and Emotional Benefits: Gardening isn't just a hobby; it's a holistic approach to well-being. From sensory delights to improved sleep, memory, and cognitive function, the garden offers a wealth of benefits for your overall health.

So, swap the Lycra for outdoor simplicity, and consider cut flowers not just as a visual delight but as a powerful contributor to your mental health in 2024. Join our free master classes, and let's explore together why cut flowers are a beautiful remedy for your well-being. Until next time, happy gardening!

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