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The Wellbeing Garden with Cath Manuel

Join Horticulturist and expert organic gardener, Cath Manuel, for simple ideas and inspirations to improve health and wellbeing from plants, nature and fun gardening activities.
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Jul 27, 2017

In the Back to Basics Series I’ll share the common basics for gardening, many of the gardening words and methods, equipment that’s used and ways to get started.

This information is part of the ‘5 Steps to become a Savvy Gardener Online Course.

In this episode I’m sharing some common growing methods that you’ll use in the garden.

These are the fun, hands-on activities that you’ll enjoy!!

So let’s dig in…

Here’s some extra information that I refer to through the episode…

Also download my FREE eBook Get Your Garden Growing’  

Would you like to feel more confident with growing your garden and fresh food??

Join our Soil to Supper Membership Community, where you’ll access growing guides, masterclasses, a ‘Field Guide’ and loads of resources to enjoy success! soiltosupper.com/community/

And join the Soil to Supper Facebook Club’ www.facebook.com/groups/soiltosupperclub/ I’d love to connect with you in our Club!

 

Enjoy this episode and harvest lots of great tips. Plus revisit past episodes for other great ideas!

ThankYou for joining me in The Wellbeing Garden, see you again next time,

 Cath

Jul 7, 2017

The benefits of gardening activities and a connection with nature have been documented since ancient times.

Anyone who has enjoyed getting their hands in the dirt, body in the sunshine or even smelt a flower understands the complete joy in being outdoors.

In this episode I’m joined by Anna Baker Cresswell, who is the Development Director of HighGround, UK’s leading charity successfully delivering Horticultural Therapy to seriously injured members of the British Armed Forces.

We discuss…

  • How Anna began her journey into Horticultural Therapy.
  • Honouring her mother through gardening programs.
  • Forming a charity which lead to the establishment of HighGround.
  • The wonderful success stories of patients through the rehabilitation program.
  • Activities that patients are involved in.
  • The fantastic win at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.
  • Moving to new grounds at Stanford Hall and establishing new landscapes.
  • How we can support HighGround through financial assistance.

This is an incredible important program for these injured servicemen and women and is an integral part of their rehabilitation process, physical and emotionally.

Find out more about HighGround and how you can support them…

For more information on Horticultural Therapy Programs visit http://soiltosupper.com/horticultural-therapy/

I’m sure you’ve enjoyed this episode as much as I did!

Thanks for joining me in The Wellbeing Garden and see you again next time,

 Cath

 

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