Growing with Gardening: A Twelve-month Guide for Therapy, Recreation, and Education
Growing with Gardening offers step-by-step guidance in planning a year-round horticultural program for therapy, recreation, or education. Developed under the auspices of the North Carolina Botanical Garden, it features more than 250 activities, organized by month, ranging from designing a raised plant bed and building a wheelchair-accessible garden to constructing a plant press and creating crafts from natural plant materials. More than 200 illustrations complement the clear, concise text.
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Introduction to Horticultural Therapy
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1–July 1 June 15 June activities African violets blooming broccoli bulbs cabbage cauliflower cell packs chapter 15 Chives Collect color container crafts dried fertilizer florist's flower bed geraniums grass green manure greenhouse group home grow grow-light Hang to dry hanging baskets harvest hole horticultural program Horticultural Therapy houseplants inches indoor insects July June 1–July keep leaf leaves lemon verbena lettuce light look Mar 1–Apr marigold Materials Needed month mulch North Carolina orris root outdoor P.O. Box perennials pick Plan plant press planter plastic propagation Prune raised bed rooting powder roots Sachets seedlings seeds shrubs skills soil mix soil pH spading fork special projects spring sprouts stem summer summer garden Take cuttings teach toll free tomatoes transplants trees and shrubs vegetable garden warm Week winter wreaths zinnia