You can garden for life . . .
with Adaptive Gardening.
When life hands us lemons, make lemonade.
Our aging process does not dictate our gardening potential. Our mobility issues do not diminish our ability to produce the garden of our dreams. We have the power to adapt our gardens to our vision, and adapt our vision by revising how we approach gardening.
Through utilizing adaptive gardening techniques, we honor our capacities by gardening smarter, not harder, while looking for new ways that are kinder to our bodies. Gardeners of all ages and abilities can hold on to their love of gardening when holding the pruners gets tougher.
Come join me on the path to adaptive gardening so you can garden for life, in comfort, with ease and joy.
Is Adaptive Gardening right for you?
You’re not ready to give up gardening, but you just can’t keep doing it the old way.
You know there must be ways to prevent the pain and injuries you’ve endured.
You’re ready to get creative about finding work-arounds to maximize your experience in the garden.
Praise for Toni’s Adaptive Gardening Techniques . . .
- “I loved how you engaged the group and made a relationship with all us gardeners. The issues you mentioned, like balance, muscle strength and slower reaction time, were things I had not considered as age issues, but arthritis. Thank you so much for presenting to our club.” – Sharon Howard, Livermore Amador Valley Garden Club
- “You are a knowledgeable and engaging speaker
…you held your audience’s attention expertly.” – Patricia Locke
- “An excellent presentation with great ideas! Loved the discussion on adaptive tools. Gardening can be an ageless pursuit!” – Janet Moore
- “Great pace, excellent energy, positive and upbeat message. Bravo!!!” – Suzanne Bontempo
- “Getting older doesn’t mean we have to stop doing what we love. With pain and frustration in my rear view mirror, I intend to garden gracefully til I drop, hopefully in a bed of lavender.” – Karen Anderson