Feed the soul: In chaotic times, gardening becomes therapy

In this March 22, 2020 photo, Ezra Gandy works in a garden at his home in South Fulton, Ga., with his grandmother Melanie Nunnally. As the arrival of spring coincides with orders to stay at home and out of crowds, the backyard garden offers families a beneficial activity and has become a getaway for the mind in chaotic times. (Brittaney Nunnally via AP) NYLS302 NYLS302

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Dig. Plant. Breathe. As spring's arrival in the Northern Hemisphere coincides with government stay-at-home orders, the itch to get outside has turned backyard gardens into a getaway for the mind in chaotic times. Gardeners who already know that working with soil is a way to connect with nature say it helps...  VIEW

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