New Web Site for Gardeners with Physical Limitations

By Charlie Nardozzi, September 9, 2009


Gardeners with physical limitations often have to struggle to construct gardens they can easily tend. While there are many Web sites with information to help these gardeners, this new site brings all the information together under one roof. Gardens for Every Body is published by the University of Missouri Agrability Project. It has seven subpages featuring information on container gardening, raised bed gardening, trellises, tools, pathways, health and safety, and special considerations. Each section not only gives useful information on the topic, but lists links to other helpful sites.

One of the best sections is the Tool Shed. You can find adaptive tools, ergonomic tools, and tools for watering, transporting, and sitting down. It's a great site to help you get your garden organized so that it's less a pain in the back, and more a pleasure to be in.

Visit the website at Gardens for Every Body

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