After a career in IT I decided that gardening was more important and acquired qualifications from the RHS and in teaching, social and therapeutic horticulture and counselling. I work as a gardening advisor, Social & Therapeutic Horticulture practitioner, adult education tutor and speaker. My articles, blogs and videos explain the Why as well as the How for gardeners at home. I write a monthly gardening column for a local magazine and am keen to spread the word that gardening, and the connection to nature that it engenders, are good (even vital) to our mental health.
Wildlife friendly gardening; table-top gardening for people living with dementia, mental health needs or life limiting conditions.
- United Kingdom
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