Gardening provides a therapeutic outlet mentally, emotionally and physically. It can provide exercise, fresh air and it is well known that spending time outside connecting with nature is good for your soul. Those with disabilities may find the bending, reaching and digging associated with gardening difficult. “Carry On Gardening” in the UK, in association with “Thrive”, is an organization that helps people with a wide range of disabilities to get into the garden. The following from their websites provides tips and guides on how to create and maintain an accessible garden.