We’re passionate about people and plants. Our goal is to improve lives through social and therapeutic horticulture.
sow – grow – flourish
Let’s get growing!
Gardening is increasingly being used as a fun and accessible therapeutic intervention to improve people’s health and wellbeing.
We provide restorative gardening sessions and help organisations to set up and start running their own Garden to Wellbeing programmes.
Client gardeners include children, youth groups, refugees, domestic abuse survivors, people living with dementia and those with additional support needs such as autism.
Whether it’s an allotment project or tiny yard, we’ll help you to make the most of the space so you can start growing.
We will keep you inspired and motivated by sharing ideas, experience and resources.
What we doServices
We love connecting people with nature
What is social and therapeutic horticulture?
Social and therapeutic horticulture or STH is the term used to describe gardening to benefit health and wellbeing. The benefits are wide ranging and include:
- Increased confidence
- Reduced stress and anxiety
- Improved communication
- A sense of community and belonging
- Improved physical health
“Bob is kind, creative and passionate about all things nature.”Kim Robinson
“When I met Bob I felt inspired, enthused and in very safe hands.”Rachel Pratt
“Bob is dedicated to sharing her love of the outdoors.”Heather Dame-Glon
Supported by Clade who donate wood, plants, trees and other resources to create our wellbeing gardens
With thanks to Hozelock for donating a range of gardening equipment
Garden to Wellbeing C.I.C is a social enterprise and non-profit Community Interest Company. Any surplus is reinvested back into the business to support people who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable through gardening.