by Penny Leslie and Beverly Clark, El Paso Master Gardeners
Do you love gardening but find that health conditions are impacting your ability to get the job done? Do you know people who are giving up gardening or not even considering gardening because of physical or cognitive challenges? Adopting accessible gardening techniques may be the answer!
Most gardeners agree that gardening is good for the mind, body, and spirit. However, for many people, completing gardening tasks in a traditional way is difficult. Fortunately, there are countless ways to adapt the gardening environment.
The articles below describe techniques, adaptations, and tools related to Accessible Gardening. They were written by El Paso Master Gardeners Penny Leslie and Beverly Clark to create an awareness of the accessible gardening opportunities that enable people to continue to enjoy gardening throughout their lives.
Click these links, below, or find these articles on our Gardening Topics-Links page under Accessible Gardening: