Speaking on Loose Women, Zoe said: “It’s sort of changed our lives. There’s a lot about mental health and having your hands in the soil, it’s nice to show the kids as well but they hate it.”
The Rhona actress said it helps with her husband’s Crohn’s disease who was diagnosed with the illness when he was just 18-years-old.
Crohn’s disease is a lifelong condition in which parts of the digestive system become inflamed, according to the NHS.
Zoe admitted while they grow their crops for a good reason, the couple’s two children Violet, 14, and Stan, 10, “hate it”.