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"To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves" -Ghandi

2017 Field Experiences | American Horticultural Society

Improving Life Through Plants and Gardening

Healing garden research earns award for Ph.D. student - ArchONE

Healing garden research earns award for Ph.

A sensory garden with a variety of fragrances would be beneficial in a hospice garden since smell and sound are some of the last senses people lose, but not appropriate for a chemotherapy garden, since patients can be sensitive to smells (Erickson, 2012).

A sensory garden with a variety of fragrances would be beneficial in a hospice garden since smell and sound are some of the last senses people lose, but not appropriate for a chemotherapy garden, since patients can be sensitive to smells (Erickson,

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How Nature helps those with Alzheimers

TERRAform Raised Bed Makes Gardening Wheelchair Accessible - not yet available in USA

TERRAform Raised Bed Makes Gardening Wheelchair Accessible

This is very cool, not only for wheelchair access but if you like to stand and Garden. TERRAform Raised Bed Makes Gardening Wheelchair Accessible

The healing garden can be seen from the main lobby and features native plants suited for Colorado’s arid climate. Photo: Bob Soman Photography

The healing garden can be seen from the main lobby and features native plants suited for Colorado’s arid climate.

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An edible garden at a low-income, senior assisted-living facility in Colorado. Courtesy of CoCal Landscape.

A wooden tunnel in the gardens at the Chestnut hospice

The healing power of garden - FT.com

Accessible gardening for individuals with disabilities.

Accessible Adventures and Adaptive Recreation in Massachusetts State Parks and Beyond!

This image is a detail show of the garden’s central fountain. The water rolls off the stainless steel basin’s edge creating a soothing subtle noise. The long-blooming herbs planted in the enclosing beds make for a brilliant outdoor room. Photo credit: Oasis Design Group, Jane Luce.

This image is a detail show of the garden’s central fountain. The water rolls off the stainless steel basin’s edge creating a soothing subtle noise. The long-blooming herbs planted in the enclosing beds make for a brilliant outdoor room. Photo credit: Oasis Design Group, Jane Luce.

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