Considered to be one of the top five most authentic Japanese gardens located outside of Japan, the Nitobe Memorial Garden at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver incorporates every shade of green imaginable. The garden is full of moss, ferns growing in water, and sunlight streaming ... Read More about Tour one of the Top Japanese Gardens in North America
It’s time for the annual wrap-up post where I’ll share Garden Therapy's best of 2017 with a list of the 25 most popular posts of the past year. I also have a few personal highlights to share from the amazing travel and events I was lucky enough to take part in over the course of the ... Read More about The Best of Garden Therapy 2017
Our little world of Garden Therapy is a little brighter this year because there are now two of us who strive for better living through plants. We've been working hard on the new website design and planning for next year when we have some very exciting new things coming up. If you haven't yet ... Read More about Happy Holidays from Garden Therapy!
This simple snowball wreath is easy to make and adorable, making it a great project to do with kids. You can create any kind of miniature scene you can think of, and the felted snowballs suspended above the scene makes this project feel like the wreath version of a snow globe. Let your imagination ... Read More about Make a Festive Snowball Wreath
What's better for last-minute gift making than something that you can make with items picked up at the grocery store, where you likely have to make a stop anyway? This Christmas Morning Granola is a simple recipe that makes a thoughtful hostess gift, stocking stuffer, or treat for Santa. For the ... Read More about Last Minute Holiday Gifts: Christmas Morning Granola