University of Maryland Extension

Therapeutic Horticulture

Being inclusive of all Maryland residents is a program goal for the Master Gardener Therapeutic Horticulture Program. During Master Gardener Therapeutic Horticulture programming, Master Gardeners offer specialized horticulture programming to vulnerable populations. Master Gardener Therapeutic Horticulture Programs often partner with assisted living facilities, hospitals, schools, public gardens, non-profits, and other local organizations/programs to offer programming.

To learn more about this program, please contact the Master Gardener County/City Coordinators directly for details.

Courtesy of the Master Gardener Program of Montgomery County

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