By Luke Andrews For Mailonline. If your neighbour is naked in their garden today, it's with good reason. Thousands of men and women are stripping off their clothes to celebrate World Naked Gardening Day.
World Naked Gardening Day is the one day of the year when you can do your gardening work completely naked. The first Saturday in May is the date for this event, and this year that is May 4th. The event is not intended to be a large gathering at any particular location, but something people can practice on their own time and at their own will, however they please.
People across the globe are encouraged, on the first Saturday of Mayto tend their portion of the world's garden unclothed as nature intended. Gardening has a timeless quality, and anyone can do it: young and old, singles or groups, the fit and infirm, urban and rural. An elderly lady in a Manhattan apartment can plant new annuals in her window box.
In polls, he says, gardening comes in as the second-most-desireable activity to perform nude, trailing only swimming. It will be a day of light gardening for Storey. No power tools. Price agrees.
If you choose to indulge in some bare naked planting, make sure to keep it classy. According to WikipediaWorld Naked Gardening Day WNGD was introduced in as a nudist movement to discourage body shaming and encourage acceptance of all forms of the human body. While many gardeners opted to cover their goodies with some form of foliage, others were more creative.
These extensive gardens are very well laid out and an excellent place to while away an hour or two Considering that this is a relatively new garden it has great maturity. There are some interesting topiary and knot garden examples.
Sometimes with just wellies on. But Kelly is not the only fan to admit that when she gets her hands dirty, she does it wearing nothing more than a smile. World Naked Gardening Day has been running for the last 13 years.
Hey all you outdoor enthusiasts, get ready to gird your loins this weekend. How could I have forgotten that? Maybe I tried to? I know, I am such an adventurer.
Well, not so much "in style" more "in nothing". We felt the Hawke's Bay wind in our hair, and the sun on our backs. Adam was busy pruning and searching for snails, it wasn't long before he looked down and found one amongst his bramble bush.