Nature Therapy From the Contemplative Garden


To create a contemplative garden, focus on sensory experiences, species diversity, and generously scaled beds. Your need for peace at the end of a hard day could shift from cracking a beer or mindless scrolling to a moment of immersion in the healing complexities of nature. Whether you have a disciplined practice of meditation or not, a garden designed for reflecting will reduce your stress and lift you from grump and gloom.

Read my latest article in Pacific Horticulture: Nature Therapy From the Contemplative Garden. You’ll learn three keys to designing a garden that is therapeutic, full of life, and deeply nourishing.


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