Gardening improves the outside appearance of your living space, cultivates healthy living habits through growing and eating your own produce, and has positive benefits from the exercise you get while planting and maintaining your own garden. The following guide provides the latest tools and resources you need to learn about gardening to fit your lifestyle. Adults, seniors, and children can find gardening a healthy and exciting hobby to pursue.
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You'll find some of the best gardening advice from other gardeners just like yourself. Take a look at some of these online blogs, communities, and forums to see if someone has already asked (and answered) your question. Or see if you might be able to provide help or advice to another gardener, and post any questions or comments you may have to get responses from other members of the community.
- Many online magazines and communities require you to register with your name and e-mail address if you want to post to their forums or blogs. If you don't want to register, don't worry—almost every forum allows you to read posts by others without registering.
is iVillage's garden and home community. The "Gardeners Connect" section is a great place to get in touch with other garden heads. You'll find blogs, forums, and "The Garden Exchange," a place where you can trade plants and seeds with other gardeners.
calls itself "your home and gardening community." With more than 22 forums, 110 blogs, members' photo galleries, a member map showing where in the world members are located, and a calendar of events, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in this very active community.
is a blog on the Cornell University Department of Horticulture Web site. It offers advice by experts on different topics such as West Nile Virus and cauliflower research. You can post without joining but you'll still have to include an e-mail address to verify your identity.
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