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How can we broaden our students’ minds inside of the current school system? Ripe for Change (Harvard Education Press, 2015), by Jane S. Hirschi takes a look at one way it can be done by introduction garden-based learning into educational systems. Hirschi takes a big-picture view of the school garden movement and the state of

Green spaces provide therapeutic benefits to dementia patients, according to a new study from the University of Exeter Medical School in the UK. Researchers analysed 17 different studies on the health effects of gardens on dementia patients in aged care, finding that there were “promising impacts on levels of agitation in care home residents with

Initial Considerations Spring is a good time to begin growing and digging, although planning can take place before the snow melts. Gardeners spend most of the summer watering, weeding, and watching young plants grow. Autumn is a good time to plant trees, shrubs, bulbs, and some perennials. 1. Get an idea. Is this going to

Chilli hanging basket is a great way to grow your own food in limited space Eye-catching chilli varieties such as ‘Prairie Fire’ or ‘Thai Mound’ are small and compact enough for growing in containers and will grow quite happily in hanging baskets – perfect if you are running out of room. Grow them together with