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  • The audience would be friends, spectators that are observing the garden
  • Gardening is done on a smaller scale, primarily for pleasure and to produce goods for the gardener's own family or community.
  • Gardening was introduced into Europe through the expansion of Roman rule and, second, by way of the spread of Islam into Spain. ("Garden History", 2006).
  • Flower gardens, rock gardens, vegetable gardens, herb gardens, Blending and contrast of colour as well as of forms are important aspects to consider in planning a garden
  • Though flower gardens in different countries may vary in the types of plants that are grown, the basic planning and principles are nearly the same, whether the gardens are formal or informal. ("Flower Gardens", 2008).
  • Rosemary, thyme, sage, and marjoram would be particularly appealing and appropriate around your vegetables, in addition to their culinary value.
  • Straight from the garden to the table is definitely the healthiest way to eat your produce. A well maintained garden is a thing of beauty to see, so imagine the sense of pride the creator of such beauty can feel seeing their work coming to life("Gardening For Relaxation", 2009).
  • Family showed me the bright side, in the future I plan to have various gardens to show and entertain people.
  • People are able to show other people what their yard looks like and some people enter into a contest to show their work.
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    • 1. Gardening
      Mitchell Simmons
    • 2. Purpose/ Idea
      To show how much pleasure comes from it
      Mind easing for people relaxing
    • 3. Introduction
      Gardening is considered an art and a science
      Gardening is the practice of growing plants
      Gardening may be performed at a professional level or as a hobby
    • 4. History
      Western gardening had its origins in Egypt some 4,000 years ago("Garden History", 2006).
      Early gardening was largely for utility.
      People grew herbs or vegetables.
    • 5. Kinds of Gardens
    • 6. Flower Gardens
      Trees and shrubs are the mainstay of a well-designed flower garden
      Orchids are the most beautiful, the most sensual, the most exotic, and the most costly flowers.
    • 7. Vegetable Gardens
      Growing organic vegetables in your vegetable garden allows you to control everything naturally.
      Growing and eating your own vegetables and herbs is not only better for you, it tastes much better. 
    • 8. Reasons for Gardening
      Food- collard greens, tomatoes, apples, Lettuce
      Relaxation- great stimulus to the mind and body
    • 9. Inspiration
      The first experience appearedyears ago.
      entering into a contest for the best flower garden.
      shows how good the yard looked and how it can be looked after.
    • 10. Conclusion
      Gardening is considered an art and a science
      People are able to express their feelings and relax
      Western gardening had its origins in Egypt some 4,000 years ago
    • 11. References
      Flower gardens. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.gardenvisit.com/history_theory/garden_landscape_design_articles/garden_types/flower_garden
      Gardening For Relaxation. (2009). Retrieved from http://www.relaxationworldnetwork.com/gardening-for-relaxation.html
      Garden history. (2006). Retrieved from http://www.gardenhistoryinfo.com/