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we use gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable.
follow our journey of 28 wellbeing activities and boost your physical and mental health by gardening or spending time connecting with green spaces...even when they turn brown or yellow!find out more
we have over 40 years’ experience of an approach called social and therapeutic horticulture (sth), where trained horticultural therapists work with plants and people to improve an individual’s physical and psychological health, communication and thinking skills.. find out more
we continue to help people use gardening for health and wellbeing and we still need your support .coronavirus update