Why should you plant a flower today? When spring is around the corner you feel refresh and energized when everything starts to blossom. Spring is a great way to enjoy the outdoors. At least the weather is pleasant and not hot like the summer months. When spring is here you can’t help to get excited about planting beautiful flowers. Planting helps brighten the mood with all those colorful flowers. This spring you should plant a flower. Go out a find your favorite flower to plant in your flower bed or in a garden. Planting flowers is a good way to also help the environment. Flower gardening has become a hobby for many, young and old to start the new season. Celebrating National Plant a Flower Day is the perfect transition from winter to spring. Even though it seems like such a simple holiday, there is great importance to it. Promoting and maintaining the beauty or nature only creates pleasant visual. We want to know what kind of flowers your planting today!
How to Celebrate Plant a Flower Day
The best to celebrate Plant a Flower Day is to plant a flower, or perhaps even many flowers! Depending on where you’re located in the world, March may or may not be the best time to be planting anything, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a flowerpot and do it at home. This could also serve as the perfect time to take your children outside and explain a bit how nature works it magic, what helps plants grow, why we need them, and what help protect our planet from pollution. Like flowers themselves, Plant a Flower Day was meant to be enjoyed.
Decorate with Flower Bouquets
If you don’t have the time or space for your own garden, bring flowers inside that someone else grew. Fresh-cut bouquets are beautiful and full of joy. Ordering flowers for your home allow you to incorporate whatever colors you want.
Join A Community Garden
This spring, consider joining efforts in your area. Not only do they promote a sense of togetherness in your community, but they bring life and beauty to an area that might override have been an empty lot. You’ll need a sponsor willing to provide a plot of land churches and parks often donate space and permission from your town’s board.
Let us know how you are celebrating Flower Day!