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The Many Benefits of Gardening!
Today, gardening remains one of our favorite pastimes, especially among seniors. The stimulating exercise, fresh air and sunshine promote stress relief, increased happiness and more patience. And, the sense of purpose and accomplishment gardening engenders, has proven to be a catalyst for faster recovery from illness and depression.

Thanks to Accessible Gardens™ versatile and affordable raised garden beds, everyone, regardless of age or physical limitation, can continue to reap the many rewards of gardening.

Distinguish Yourself and
Enhance Your Appeal!

While the versatile Accessible Garden™ can enhance a home garden, or meet a chef’s fresh herb needs, it can be an especially valuable asset to Senior Living and Healthcare facilities - instantly and affordably expanding gardening as an activity and/or therapy for everyone.

• Retirement Communities • Hospitals & Rehabilitation Centers
• Assisted Living Communities • Community Senior Centers
• Memory Care Communities • Private Homeowners
• Skilled Nursing Homes • Veteran's Homes & Centers
• Municipal Housing Authorities • Schools, Parks & Playgrounds

No Special Site Prep. Place Them Anywhere

And, because they're portable, an Accessible Gardens™ can go anywhere - an immediate asset with immediate results - transforming limited or formerly unsuitable space into engaging, productive garden space with no long lead times. And, they set up in just minutes.

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