What We Do

We train.

From setting up a Horticultural Therapy program, to creating an activity outline or curriculum, to tracking and measuring outcomes, we offer training in both implementation and management. Venues are flexible and no previous knowledge of horticulture is required.  We have a combined 5 years experience teaching both subjects at college level.

We offer workshops to groups who are in the business of providing direct services to those in need. Examples of professionals who would benefit from HT training are:

  • Special Ed and Regular Ed Teachers
  • Occupational and Physical Therapists
  • Elder Care Staff
  • After-School Program Staff
  • Alternative School Staff
  • Child-Care Center Staff
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Staff

Contact us to receive a customized program outline and price.

All workshops and courses offered are currently non-accredited and not associated with any other entity or organization.

We build and manage programs. We raise funds

With our years of combined experience, we are qualified to offer individuals and organizations all inclusive consultation and services in regard to developing and managing Horticultural Therapy programs, whether stand-alone or as a compliment to a current program. We identify and write grants, offer fundraising consultation and provide you with the necessary language to use when approaching possible funders and volunteers. We also provide consultation in online marketing for your programs, from creating websites to writing blog posts, we are in a unique position to manage every aspect of your project.

We create therapeutic gardens.

Therapeutic gardens are gardens designed to meet the varied needs of a specific population of people, along with their caregivers.  Considerations when designing a therapeutic garden vary according to the population, but the following items are typically part of a therapeutic design: overall layout and size, walking paths, plant species selected for size, texture, color, fragrance, adaptive tools, working spaces, and restorative resting and social areas. Therapeutic gardens can be found in a variety of settings but are most often found in elder care facilities, hospitals, and mental health treatment centers.

We show people how to grow stronger, healthier, better through horticulture.