wheelchair garden

Accessible Sensory Garden Areas For Special Needs Schools.

Accessible Sensory Garden Areas For Special Needs Schools.

Wheelchair accessible raised garden beds provides sensory therapy for children in special needs schools. Sensory areas enhance learning and keep the mind and body active. Solardome geodesic domes are great facility for any school. A 9 unit Green Circle Garden could fit within Solardomes Paradise model Dome.

Edible Garden Update

Wheelchair Accessible Raised Bed Gardening.

Edible garden Update:


First Strawberries of the season

Picking some radishes for a salad

Here is an update of the Edible garden project posted a few months ago. 

If you are not aware of the Green Circle Garden please see the how it works video below

DID YOU KNOW...

This is the first Green Circle Garden Prototype and its been on test since 2012.

For everybody who is not familiar with this post, this is the first Green Circle Garden and has been on test since 2012. We plant it out from seed every year and let the hydroponic grow system do the rest. We have grown all types of flowers, herbs fruits and vegetables over the years. Above, radishes, chives, cherry tomatoes, ginger, basil and chilly's were grown.

2 months later the strawberries, Chilly's and ginger have really taken a stronghold and are producing some golf ball sized strawberries. 

Although the weather has been rather chilly over the past month or two there has been noticeble growth and the strawberries have doubled in size.

Big Strawberries coming out

Chillies and Ginger

Strawberries a week later before them being eaten by the gardener...

Although the garden is large it can easily be transported by a single person and a wheelbarrow

Although the garden is large it can easily be transported by a single person and a wheelbarrow

Photos taken 15th October, 2016

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Following up on our last edible garden project the Salad Garden

Tips on growing large plants

The most important of all is plant spacing, it is important to allow space for the seedling to expand in all directions 

Green Circle Garden allows you to grow edible plants in a fun, creative way, which can double the yield of the equivalent yard space.

The raised level of the Green Circle Garden gives plants room to spread. Air flow is better, disease is less and its wheelchair accessible.

Vegetables, especially larger vegetables, need room to spread. Often times if you can allow more root space your plants will be better off. The Green Circle Garden can act as a hanging basket maximizing the amount of plant growth too. Melons or Cherry tomatoes can hang and trail and use the 44 Gal water reservoir to grow as big as the sunlight available lets them. Roots of larger plants will find their way into the bottom water reservoir, increasing root space and plant production.

The photo shown is the edible garden of a Vitalia resident in Santander, Spain. The plants she chose were tomatoes, peppers, chilies, strawberries, cabbages, lettuce, chives and Basil.

The Green Circle Garden will help you grow herbs, fruits, and vegetables in a successful way, every time.


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Planting out a Green Circle Garden for the first time.

Wheelchair accessible gardening project

Photos sent in by Christine Parker.

Wheelchair accessible gardening in UK. 

"We are delighted with the green circle garden planter which now has pride of place in our new community sensory garden. I attach photos of the bed in situ" Christine Parker Managing Director, Abbey Funeral Services Ltd
Wheelchair accessible gardening
Wheelchair accessible garden

We encourage all our collaborators to send in their wheelchair accessible garden compositions.

Thanks to Christine Parker for sharing her photos and we hope to see the accessible garden further down the line.

Stay tuned for more Blog posts soon and please give us a like if you deem the Green Circle Garden worthy.

  

Butterfly Farm Project

Thank you to Lori Harris for sharing her butterfly farm and miniscaping project with us.

"I'm a butterfly farmer in Illinois with educational outreach programs. I purchased three of these planters and planted them with butterfly host and nectar plants. The senior center program benefitted SO MUCH from being able to watch the complete monarch lifecycle in an upclose, hands on way. AWESOME product!" 

Wheelchair accessible Garden

Wheelchair accessible Garden

Miniscaping

Miniscaping

To see more on Lori's work you can visit her website www.saltcreekbutterflyfarm.com


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