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AI don’t know about you, but March, for myself and the team, signifies not only the bursting of colours and the buzzing of bees, but the lighter evenings, and the occasional opportunity to switch from a glass of red when the fire is lit, to a crisp chilled white at sunset on the garden terrace. Not only do the garden tools need their annual service and oiling, but the shorts and T-shirts need an airing and the crocs need a pattering to remove the cobwebs. Yes, it’s starting to get warmer. Slowly but surely, summer seeds will start to sprout, flowers will bloom and dazzle and insects will wake and scurry. The extended spells of Vitamin D will recharge us all with added fervour, so we can tackle those gardening chores with renewed vim and vigour. New research says that one of the most satisfying jobs you can undertake to counter stress and negative emotions, is gardening. So if you combine that with a glass of wine in the evening, some turmeric and ginger in your tea, and a few chillies added to your evening meal, it’s a better overall health boost than a visit to the gym or a spa.