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Horticulture therapist Barbara Brown, right, with client Alban Violette
Horticulture therapist Barbara Brown, right, with client Alban Violette

Horticultural Therapy in Practice

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Gardening is good exercise. Many find the process spiritually uplifting, or just a great way to release stress. And the product--or the produce--is a harvest of beauty and good nutrition. With so much in gardening's favor, therapists and care providers are being encouraged to use it to their client's advantage. Lucy Martin has more.

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Lucy Martin
Ottawa Correspondent

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