Therapeutic Gardening

What is a Therapeutic Gardening? it is a plant-dominated environment purposefully designed to facilitate interaction with the healing elements of nature. It is specifically designed to meet the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of the people using the garden as well as their caregivers, family members and friends. Interactions can be passive or active depending on the garden design and users’ needs. There are many sub-types of therapeutic gardens including healing gardens, enabling gardens, rehabilitation gardens, and restorative gardens and sensory.

Play. Grow. Eat. Share

Aims To develop multi-faceted programs where food gardens & natural play structures play a core role in a diverse range of experiences for children and their families. Objectives To establish and nurture a sense of community. Encourage participation, co-operation, communication and creativity. To provide opportunities for kids to re-connect with nature in a meaningful, seasonal, productive … Continue reading Play. Grow. Eat. Share