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Join Horticulturist and Therapeutic Horticulture specialist, Cath Manuel, for simple ideas and inspirations to improve health and wellbeing from plants, nature and fun gardening activities.

In each episode, Cath shares simple ideas for gardening to improve health and wellbeing, interviews specialists on topics covering gardening, health care and wellbeing and also 'Simple Solutions' episodes to solve your common gardening problems.

She also shares access to FREE downloads to help you grow and thrive. Keep an eye out for those in each episode!

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Apr 26, 2018

Gardening as therapy has been used for centuries to cultivate health and wellbeing for people of all ages and abilities.

For many people, especially those living within dementia support units, access to outdoor spaces can be limited.

Such an environment, where they have limited access to the outdoors, unable to enjoy...

Mar 14, 2018

There’s a few things that give us gardeners grief and one of those are the weeds that run rampant through our garden areas!

Weed control is an important part of nurturing a garden, as weeds that get out of hand can create long term problems in our own gardens and also in natural bush areas.

We don’t want these...

Mar 1, 2018

It’s wonderful to grow veggies in your garden, but have you considered growing your own fresh fruit?

Sweet, delicious fruits can be grown in any climate and any sized garden and it’s a joy to head outdoors and pick fresh berries, citrus, stone fruit or the vast array of fruits that are grown.

This is a great way to...

Feb 14, 2018

As gardeners, we find many common challenges within our gardens.

Some are easy to fix and others need extra attention to overcome problems.

In this ‘Simple Solutions’ Series, I provide quick and easy to follow solutions to the many common gardening problems and also share tips for avoiding hurdles to successful...

Jan 30, 2018

This episode is Part 4 in the Soil to Supper series and also part of the ‘Field Guide’ from the Soil to Supper Community

If you haven’t already listened to the previous 3 episodes, you can access them here…