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The best time to sow a seed?

It depends on varieties but we generally say the best time is TODAY! We say this base on the saying "the best time to plant a tree was 30 years ago, and the second best time is now". This part emphasizes the importance of foresight and early action. If we had planted a tree three decades ago, it would have matured by now, providing shade, oxygen, and beauty. It underscores the value of long-term planning and investment. If we had missed the chance 30 years ago, we can still make it today. Whether it's planning a tree, pursuring a dream, or making positive changes, now is the time to act. That's why we suggest you to sow seeds today, don't wait.

This proverb extends beyond literal tree planting, it encourages us to seize opportunities, mend relationships, learn new skills, etc. There are many other proverbs encapsulating practical advice or insight about life. We have picked 10 of those related to gardening. Let's have a look and share with your kids:


1. Bloom Where You’re Planted

Just as plants thrive when they’re in the right environment, we too should make the most of our

circumstances. Adaptability and resilience lead to growth, even in challenging conditions.


2. “Don’t Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch

In gardening terms, this means not celebrating

prematurely. Wait until your seeds sprout and flourish

before expecting a harvest. Similarly, in life, patience

and realistic expectations are essential.



3. “We Reap What We Sow

A fundamental gardening truth. The effort we invest - whether in planting seeds or nurturing

relationships - determines the quality of our outcomes. Positive actions yield positive results.


4. “Prune Dead Wood

Regular pruning removes dead branches, allowing

the plant to channel energy into healthy growth. In

life, we must let go of negativity, unhealthy habits,

and toxic relationships to thrive.



5. “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine”

Addressing problems early prevents them from escalating. Just as we tend to weeds promptly,

dealing with life’s challenges promptly saves us from greater difficulties later.


6. “Every Rose Has Its Thorn

Beautiful flowers often come with thorns. Life’s joys

and sorrows are intertwined. Accepting both sides of

existence leads to a more balanced perspective.



7. “Plant Seeds of Kindness

Like sowing seeds, small acts of kindness have a ripple effect. They grow into something beautiful,

benefiting not only us but also those around us.


8. “Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket

Diversify your efforts. In gardening, this means

planting various crops to mitigate risks. In life,

it advises against relying solely on one path or




9. “Fertile Ground Yields Abundant Harvests

Good soil produces beuntiful crops. Similarly, investing in personal growth, education, and

relationships enriches our lives.


10. “Patience Is a Virtue

Gardens don’t flourish overnight. Waiting for seeds

to sprout, flowers to bloom, and fruits to ripen

teaches us patience. Life’s rewards often come to

those who persist.


These proverbs remind us that the wisdom cultivated in gardens extends far beyond the greenery. As we nurture our plants, let’s also nurture our minds and hearts, drawing inspiration from the natural world around us. 

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