Nature Mandalas as Therapeutic Horticulture

Posted on Tuesday, July 26, 2016

by: Taylor Burnham, Buehler Enabling Garden Coordinator While summertime marks a down time for schools and snowbirds, the Garden’s therapeutic horticulture programs continue to grow. On July 6th, a group of eighteen children with visual impairments, twenty high school assistants, and a handful of guiding adults visited Naples Botanical Garden for a therapeutic horticulture program through a partnership with Lighthouse of Collier. The local organization provides programs and support for indi..

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Make your own Kokedama

Posted on Monday, October 05, 2015

Kokedama can be broken up into two Japanese words: koke meaning 'moss' and dama meaning 'ball'. The practice is also referred to as 'the poor man’s bonsai' due to its origins as a derivation of the bonsai tradition in Japan.

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