Top 5 Zodiac Signs Born Are Best Gardeners
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Do you have a talent for making plants, vegetables, and flowers grow? Do you barely have to do anything to get your roses to bloom, your lawn a vibrant green, and your trees to grow quickly? You may have what’s known as a green thumb — everything that you touch seems to thrive, says Your Tango.
Check out Top 5 Zodiac Signs who do the best gardening below!
TAURUS (APRIL 21 TO MAY 20) - Who Serves as the Best Gardeners
Taurus settles or deepens, the spring. Practical and value-oriented, you like consistency and stability. Your garden preferences are also deeply rooted: Carrots, beets, potatoes, and turnips appeal to you and flourish under your care. With your heightened sense of taste and touch, you prefer comfort foods to faddish fare. All forms of potatoes (chips, fries, baked, or mashed) might be found as staples of the evening meal. You love to feel the earth under your feet and will kick off your shoes whenever possible. Taurus likes the tried-and-true, so heirloom varieties of plants that bloom in any color grace your gardens, Almanac cites.
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The Perfect Houseplant for Taurus: “A perfect pairing for Venus-ruled Taurus is the romantic heart leaf philodendron,” Monahan says. The planet Venus represents love and beauty, so a houseplant with heart-shape leaves is a good match for Taurus. It’s super easy to grow: Just find a spot with low to bright light, and water when the soil is dry to the touch. With lots of love and care, it can eventually turn your home into a jungle with trailing vines that may reach up to 8 feet, according to BHG.
VIRGO (AUGUST 23 TO SEPTEMBER 22) - Who Serves as the Best Gardeners
Virgo ends the summer. The major heat of the season is beginning to pass, and there is a hint of a change just around the corner. As this sign truly represents the harvest, you, an industrious soul, love all things that last or keep. Potatoes are a big favorite here, as well as corn and many varieties of winter squashes. You are an ardent organizer; we expect to see neat, trim rows of vegetables in your gardens. Gloves live on your hands for the entire growing season, as you love to check items off of your “to do” list with patient persistence. Everything has its place in these kitchens, and meat and potatoes are on the menu with consistent regularity.
The Perfect Houseplant for Virgo: Banana Plant isn’t the easiest houseplant to care for, but that’s what makes it a fit for Virgos. “Attention to detail and care is what Virgo does best, which makes the opulent (though fussy) banana plant a good match,” Monahan says. Usually grown outside for their produce, it’s possible to grow dwarf banana plants indoors to give your home a tropical touch (just don’t expect a harvest). Grow in bright, direct light, and water frequently; banana plants are especially thirsty when they’re actively growing. They can grow up to 6 feet tall indoors, while some varieties stay under 4 feet.
SAGITTARIUS (NOVEMBER 23 TO DECEMBER 21) - Who Serves as the Best Gardeners
Sagittarius ends the fall. The seasons are about to shift again, so the expectation of change is part of your personality. With Jupiter (the largest planet in the solar system) as your ruling planet, you are partial to plants that grow bigger: Azaleas, rhododendrons, and rosemary fill the bill here. Giant sunflowers as well as beans and peas that climb tantalize your soul. You are fond of action and the outdoors; plants that spread out and seem wild and free excite you. Look for lily-of-the-valley or patches of mint in your garden. Quick and easy meals such as salmon and salad grace your dinner table, and popcorn is your regular snack.
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The Perfect Houseplant for Sagittarius: A type of succulent, baseball plants are a little like large round cacti, but without the spines. “The baseball plant can tolerate being left alone for a bit, so it suits the adventurous nature of the Archer who can be free to jet off to wherever they need to go at a moment’s notice,” Monahan says. Like all succulents, the baseball plant can handle a bit of neglect as long as it has bright, indirect light. A mature plant will reach about 8 inches tall, and only needs watering once the soil is completely dry.
PISCES (FEBRUARY 20 TO MARCH 20) - Who Serves as the Best Gardeners
Pisces completes the winter. Spring is just around the corner, so a sense of change is inherent in this sign. Pisceans generally possess a sense of creativity, so look for graceful plants such as lupines and poppies to be scattered around your yard. A rainbow of colors splashes brilliantly in front of your doors and alongside your walkways. Cucumbers, melons, and summer squashes appeal to your watery nature. Many Pisces love to cook, and hearty chicken or fish soups are always simmering on your stove and in your slow cooker. Gazpacho and vichyssoise are also perennial favorites.
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The Perfect Houseplant for Pisces: "Pisces is the dreamer of the zodiac, and it is also perhaps the sign most sensitive, empathic, and compassionate to the needs of others. This sensitivity can be draining on the tender Piscerian soul, so it needs something that calms," Monahan says. Keep a jasmine plant in your home, and its beautiful flowers and sweet smell will help make any room in your house a relaxing retreat. To grow jasmine indoors, place it in a sunny spot (a south-facing window is perfect), and keep the soil consistently moist. As a houseplant, jasmine will stay much smaller than it will in your garden, so expect it to grow up to 2 feet tall.
LEO (JULY 23 TO AUGUST 22) - Who Serves as the Best Gardeners
Leo settles or deepens, the summer. With your sunny disposition, Jerusalem artichokes, black-eyed Susans, and sunflowers adorn your gardens and are quite easy for you to grow. Leos never do things halfheartedly, so massive and extensive displays of orange gaillardia, poppies, marigolds, and/or zinnias grace your front walkways and patio beds. A stalwart soul, you take great pride in your surroundings and desire to have the best in the neighborhood. Your zest for living can be seen in the salsas, gazpachos, and saffron dishes produced in your grandiose kitchen. Expect a large bottle of hot sauce to reside there as well.
The Perfect Houseplant for Leo: “Leo is the royal sign of the zodiac and it needs a plant to match its regal status,” Monahan says. The huge, brilliant blooms of amaryllis certainly fit the bill. You might be used to seeing these plants around the holidays, sometimes even grown as just wax-coated bulbs, but if you plant a bulb in a pot with soil, you can grow it as a houseplant year-round. One of the best varieties to match with Leo is ‘Red Lion,’ which has gorgeous deep red flowers. Amaryllis can reach up to 2 feet tall; grow in bright light and water when the top inch of soil is dry.
People who enjoy gardening love to spend hours outdoors, planting, weeding, watering, and getting dirty. Seeing their garden go through all the changes of the seasons and working the soil makes them happy.
For some people, being in their garden just fuels their appreciation for Mother Nature. And there are many zodiac signs with a green thumb who enjoy being outdoors and fresh air. And these individuals in astrology make everyone jealous of their ability to make plants thrive.
Some people find keeping a houseplant challenging or couldn’t grow a tomato plant if they tried. Being able to grow things helps the environment, the production of oxygen, and adds beauty to the world.
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