History reveals that people in the United States were urged to establish Victory Gardens during World Wars I and II. They considered it a reunion with their families, especially grandparents. Today, families are reuniting again a century later on the name of “Pandemic Gardens.”

Both war and the influenza epidemic occurred during the First World War (WWI). Families were alarmed by the prospect of a shortage of food. People were worried about the state of the economy.

Isn’t this sound so familiar like today’s situation?

Gardening is a great way to spend time with your family. Children and adults alike may get enthralled by the process of planting seeds and seeing them sprout and flourish. It boosts your spirits and distracts you from the daily chaos.

Gardening revives the concept of family bonding:

Elders are held in high regard in many cultures as a source of knowledge garnered from a lifetime of experience. As the structure of families has changed in Western nations, grandparents’ vital contribution to raising their grandchildren is sometimes overlooked.

 A study involving families of children ages three to six in East London found that grandparents from various cultural backgrounds shared their expertise in cultivating fruit and vegetables with their grandkids via collaborative gardening. Various plants and flowers were identified, and the circumstances and phases of plant development were explained to children. Their Bangladeshi grandparents introduced a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, who spoke fluent English with them. According to the findings of this study, these intergenerational learning interactions enhanced children’s scientific knowledge in a manner that supported and extended curricular work in the early years.

Give your kids a beautiful childhood with gardening:

Give the kids their own space in the yard or huge pots to grow their plants. With your aid, they may express themselves by painting the pots. They may etch their plant markers from old lolly sticks or flat stones painted with a flower and the plant’s name. Just a few paint pots, paintbrushes, and some varnish are all you need to get started with emulsion testing paints in a variety of vibrant colors.

There is no limit to what you can do with your creativity when it comes to gardening, and kids have it in plenty. There is no better way to spend time with your children than to get them involved in something they like, such as gardening. Regardless matter how you choose to spend your time together in the garden, you’ll be creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Let your home fill with the same grandma’s garden feel with wood flowers!

Don’t freak out if you think you’re not creative, and it is hard for you to create a garden of flowers for your kids. Bring little vibes of grandma’s garden with a stunning sola wood floral arrangement by woodflowers.com.

A white wooden box filled with lush artificial greenery and a bunch of individually hand-made lavender, natural, and pink sola wood flowers takes you back to your grandma’s garden. This eco-friendly, long-lasting, and affordable piece of floral creativity helps you transform your space into a beautiful, cozy, and nature-friendly environment where you can relax and get ready for the following day’s challenges.