National Garden Month in USA
National Garden Month in USA is held on April 1. This event in the first decade of the month April is annual. Help us
One of the original wonders of the world was a garden. Nothing beats the joys of spending a full day in your garden potting new plants and getting everything in order. Gardening is one of the most rewarding activities there are.
A survey in 1999 listed “garden too small” as the eighth most common reason for hating a house. Americans spent $3.5 billion on gardening food in 2013. One of our slightly weird gardening facts is that people have been using gardening as a form of protest. Starting in New York in the eighties, this became a way to revitalize parks nobody cared for and to educate people through workshops and consultations. It serves as a protest against communities and municipalities that simply don’t care about public spaces.
Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts
Fossil Fools Day in United States and Canada on April 1 (For those environmentally-minded pranksters out there, Fossil Fools Day is a strange mix of April Fools' day and Earth Day and it takes place each year on April 1. It began in 2004 in the United States and Canada to hold coordinated action against the not-so-funny use of fossil fuels to derive energy);
Tangible Karma Day on April 1 (is a company founded by Amber Nicole Dilger in 2005 and her idea was to recycle and reuse);
National Dandelion Day in U.S. on April 5 (unofficial holiday)