RHS Your Wellbeing Garden

RHS Your Wellbeing Garden : How to Make Your Garden Good for You - Science, Design, Practice

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Your garden could be even better for you.

Discover...
How certain plants can form a barrier against air and noise pollution
Which birdsong alleviates anxiety
How plants can help to save energy
Why green is so good for us

Learn how connecting with nature can reduce stress and improve wellbeing. You don't even need a garden - even a balcony or houseplants can help to boost your mood. Every recommendation is backed by scientific research, drawn together by the team of RHS scientists and experts. Favourite garden designer at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Matt Keightley then suggests how to translate the science into ideas for your green space.

With this groundbreaking book, find out how, in sometimes very simple ways, you can create an outdoor space that nourishes your mind and body, and is good for our planet too.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 202 x 241 x 24mm | 852g
  • DK
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0241386721
  • 9780241386729
  • 91,032

About Royal Horticultural Society

Professor Alistair Griffiths
Professor Griffiths is at the forefront of world research on wellbeing through gardens and gardening. He is Director of Science at the RHS Centre for Horticultural Science and Learning, where he is overseeing the installation of the health and wellbeing themed garden.

Matt Keightley
Matt is an accomplished Chelsea medal-winning garden designer with a reputation as one of the UK's most exciting garden designers.
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