Gardening allows us to commune with nature, enjoy food grown with our own hands and smell the flowers around our own homes.
For many who have lost their sight, gardening seems to be a thing of the past. But this article shows that it can be an activity for the present and the future too.
With some advice on container planting, how to know what to plant and labelling your garden, you will be well on your way to a greener kind of day.
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Gardening After Vision Loss: Tips from an Experienced Blind Gardener