Gardening has become a fun hobby.
Even gardening can help a person’s mental health.
As was done by a man from England named Shaun Perryman.
The 38-year-old man has been fond of vegetable gardening since three years ago.
Surprisingly, Shaun’s vegetable crop was gigantic.
There are cabbage weighing 9 kilograms, long beans 61 cm long and tomatoes that are even bigger than his hand.
Almost every day he always visited his plantation in Bognor Regis.
Shaun told me that he got this giant vegetable crop from someone who had given him the seeds.
At that time, Shaun, who is a vegetarian, was discussing the plantation with someone in an online group.
Furthermore, Shaun also shared that it is not easy to maintain a plantation to get maximum results.
As for cabbage alone, it took him hard work to care for it for a year.
He takes care by giving them fertilizer once a week.
Then Shaun also made sure the cabbage plants were watered well.
Shaun found gardening really helped him relax.
“I garden to help my mental health. It’s quiet and pleasant here.
I can’t believe how many things have changed, “said Shaun.
However, the vegetable harvest is not only consumed personally.
Sometimes he distributed it to his vegetarian neighbors or family.
Apart from that, he also routinely distributed the giant pumpkins he had harvested to a local hospital called St Wilfrid’s.
Shaun was deeply concerned to hear that the hospital had difficulty getting fresh vegetables for patient food during the pandemic.
Apart from cabbage, Shaun also donated other crops such as marrow, zucchini and rhubarb.
Not only that, Shaun will also use the giant vegetable harvest by participating in a giant vegetable competition to show off his skills.