2 edition of Gardening for health found in the catalog.
Gardening for health
John H. Philbrick
|Other titles||Bio-dynamic gardening.|
|Statement||[by] John & Helen Philbrick.|
|Contributions||Philbrick, Helen Louise Porter, 1910-|
|LC Classifications||SB321 .P53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||64001396|
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Ted is the first of many in the book for whom mental illness is relieved by gardening. Nature, Stuart-Smith reminds us, neither rejects nor judges. As a young woman, she dismissed gardening. We performed a meta-analysis of the effects of gardening on human health.
• Studies reported a wide range of health outcomes. • The positive association with gardening was observed for various health outcomes.
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Wendy Kiang shares many stories about her family and the many traditional vegetable gardening methods from China. This makes for a very enjoyable vegetable gardening book to read as it is full of colorful stories and anecdotes.
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