Horticulture Therapy

Groups or one to one

Horticultural therapy, also known as social and therapeutic horticulture, is defined as the process of utilizing “horticultural activities” such as planting/growing fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants to simply improve a person’s physical and mental wellbeing. 

Gardening is proved to improve people’s well‐being through being a recreational and sociable activity which in turn may lead to improvements in people’s thinking, forming new friendships and having more positive emotions. Gardening is also hard work and a physical activity, so not only motivates people it is a good physical exercise. 

Horticulture Therapy includes nature based activities so it doesn't matter if your not an avid gardener. Nature based activities incorporates, art, crafts, wildlife, making and maintaining habitats, even having a cup of tea and watching the swallows. There are many other activities  using horticulture to promote wellbeing just ask us. 

Following on from Covid being outdoors has never been so important and to combine this with developing social networks is as they say priceless. 



Try our nature crafts using natural elements. 

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