Horticulture Therapy

According to the American Horticulture Therapy Association "Horticultural therapy helps improve memory, cognitive abilities, task initiation, language skills, and socialization. In physical rehabilitation, horticultural therapy can help strengthen muscles and improve coordination, balance, and endurance."

Come spend time in our gardens and explore the sensory of nature. Classes are run throughout the year, inside and out.

 Erik Keller and Donna Get Ready for A Horticulture Class

Erik Keller and Donna Get Ready for A Horticulture Class

Gardening reduces stress and calms the nerves. It decreases cortisol, a hormone that plays a role in stress response.
— NPR