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The practice of Horticultural Therapy (HT) uses plants, gardens, and nature-based activities to promote well-being.
Horticultural therapists actively engage and involve clients with plants and nature, indoors or out, with the intent of improving cognitive, physical, social and emotional well-being.
Activities can help improve memory, language skills, cognitive ability and socialization. Clients can learn new skills or regain old ones.
Horticultural therapy is a highly adaptable form of therapy—it is useful in a variety of settings and is effective in addressing a wide range of needs.
Horticultural therapy blooms at Rose Villa
American Horticultural Therapy Association
For further information, please contact:Genevieve Layman
Horticultural Therapy Program Director