A place filled with gorgeous garden goodness, helpful tips and fantastic garden tools all wrapped up into one website. You’re sure to find something that will inspire you or leave you with a smile.
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We look for products that are designed with care to help with gardening tasks and find plants and accessories to enhance your garden as well as fun items to enjoy.
My name is Stina and I’m an artist. I love gardens and gardening and enjoy exchanging ideas and plants with others.
Julie is a writer and web expert who is super-keen about gardening. She helps with research for garden products and ideas and this gardening website.
Why did we start the Disabled Gardening Site?
I didn’t realise how amazing it is to be able to spend time outdoors actually making a difference to my surroundings until I had a garden of my own. My first outdoor garden was in London when I lived in a little flat (apartment) on the ground floor. The outdoor space was filled with – nothing but mud and garbage! Cleaning it up took ages but little by little I was able to grow herbs and annuals in pots and boxes in the yard.
When I had a more permanent home I began to grow shrubs too and other interesting plants. As I learned I turned into a real enthusiast. I needed some help but I wanted to do things myself and I was always pleased to find a tool or method that made the physical effort of gardening easier.
I felt that sharing my experiences would help other gardeners with physical challenges so I started a blog with my frind, Julie. Not only has it put us in touch with others with great ideas, I have come to realise that people face difficulties I had never experienced and many are just getting older – like me!
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About the products for Disabled Gardeners:
Tools and equipment are carefully selected to help you find gardening aids for people who want to Keep Gardening and Carry on.
Needs vary, and if you are someone who needs to garden sitting down, can’t bend easily or have a weak grip your needs may be different from those who have sight loss or can only use one hand.
Perhaps you garden from a wheelchair or have heart disease.
You may be gardening after a stroke.
Whatever the handicap, we hope to help you find products and ideas that can enable you to continue gardening.