There are many ways to enjoy Supportive Horticulture. Actively participating by weeding, planting, tending and harvesting. Passively, by viewing, listening or observing. Sharing the items grown in the garden by taste, touch or smell. Observation and study of the wildlife, weeds, insects and animal activity. Discussion and planning of the garden space. The feeling of accomplishment when we see the plants thrive and lessons learned as things do not always go as planned.
Supportive Horticulture is a varied and dynamic addition to daily activities available for groups or individuals and can be adapted to any population or ability.