The Horticultural Link | eat-breathe-garden offers a variety of programs and services to connect clients with the garden and its benefits. Our social and therapeutic horticulture programs and horticultural workshops are interactive, hands-on, and seasonally appropriate - in person and virtual meetings available. Our one-on-one Garden Sensory Experiences and DIY horticultural activity kits are ideal for individualized or self directed experiences. We also offer garden consultations, garden centric writing and photography for print and online publications, and handcrafted botanical and ephemeral goods for your event or gift-giving.
Connect with your natural surroundings
[and the people & plants in it] through programs facilitated by a professionally trained horticulturist.
Learn new things about plants and nature through our engaging hands-on horticultural activities.
Grow plants indoors and out. Create positive meaningful moments with what *grows* on the outside. Express your voice & creativity in a friendly group setting.
Exercise the muscles of the mind and body immersed in nature professionally facilitated in an indoor or outdoor setting.
Therapeutic Horticulture aims to improve quality of life through programmed horticultural activities. When facilitated through a trained professional, these activities can be targeted to help participants improve their health & functioning and restore their sense of well-being.
What are the benefits of participation in these activities?
Research-based evidence supports that participation in therapeutic horticulture activities provides physical, cognitive, psychological, and social benefits for participants, including:
Where and to whom are Therapeutic Horticulture activities offered?
Our programs serve diverse groups of all ages, abilities, and walks of life. Clients include continuing care communities and day centers for seniors and individuals with disabilities, rehabilitation facilities and medical centers for patients living with or recovering from illness, schools, community centers, senior living communities, social service organizations, and other clinical or community agencies. The general public also benefits!
Susan Morgan is the owner and horticulturist for The Horticultural Link | eat-breathe-garden.