Gardens can bring joy to people of every age and physical ability. Our expert advice helps you carry on gardening safely, comfortably, and happily.
The design of your garden can create a huge difference to your enjoyment of it. Here we look at some ways to make it more accessible.
Almost 1 million people in the UK have some form of dementia. The wonderful variety of experiences in a garden and nature mean it can be tailored to support your own wellbeing.
Find advice and tips when thinking about accessible, wheelchair friendly garden design.
Gardening can be fantastic for our wellbeing. If you are blind or visually impaired, there are ways to adapt your space and technique so you can keep enjoying time in nature.
When you garden in a raised bed, the soil and planting area is higher and closer to you. Find advice to decide if raised beds are right for you and your garden.
Whether it’s a one-off big job or regular support, many people need some extra help with their garden. Find advice on how to find and fund it here.
There are many ways you can make your outdoor space easier to manage. This can allow you to enjoy the benefits of gardening with minimum of stress and effort.