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November 18 2020

pop gardens support horatio’s garden

We’re absolutely delighted to be partnering POP Gardens, who have become the latest small business to generously support Horatio’s Garden. 

The innovative enterprise was established by Lynne Evans, who wanted to combine her expertise in Occupational Therapy with her passion for the practical benefits of gardening to support wellbeing and recovery. 

Her desire to do this led her to realising there was a gap in the market for providing specialist horticultural therapy training to health professionals. Similarly, she noticed there was also a lack of ready-to-use packs to help people to enact this this kind of work. 

Consequently, POP Gardens came to life. Not only do they offer specialist horticultural therapy training for health professionals, they also deliver group horticultural therapy sessions, as well as provide advice and information. Moreover, POP Gardens created their very own carefully prepared activity boxes, which support therapy work in gardens across the country. 

The company’s gorgeous theapeutic boxes are now available to purchase online, giving everyone the opportunity to learn to grow numerous varieties of plants and experiment artistically. 

Their current box offers you the chance to learn to grow four popular winter plants (Broad Bean, Nigella, Sweetpea and Viola), as well as the ability to discover more about how to create your own botanical art. Each box is a totally unique gift idea, perfect for greenfingered beginners, seasoned gardeners and children alike! 

For a limited time only, POP Gardens are very kindly donating 10% of their sales to us and are also offering every customer a 10% discount if you come to them via Horatio’s Garden. 

All you need to do is simply enter the code HORATIO at checkout in order to treat yourself and support us this winter. 

Please click here to shop 

We are enormously grateful to POP Gardens for thinking of us and appreciate their thoughtful, engaging, positive approach to encouraging everyone to pursue a little horticultural therapy. 

 

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