Thrive is a national charity that helps people with a disability to start or continue gardening.
We have practical information to make garden jobs easier, advice on taking care, useful hints and tips and details of the equipment and tools which will be particularly helpful.
If this is your first visit to our website, go to About this website for a guide to what information you'll find where.
If you can't find the information that you need on gardening with a disability, send us an email or call on 0118 988 5688. We'll be pleased to hear from you and happy to help.
This section looks at jobs that you might want to do in the garden and gives practical information to make the tasks easier.
Each section is carefully written to help you start or continue gardening with a disability, and gives top tips for each task, advice on how to take care and useful information on the most suitable equipment and tools.
Thrive's top tips for disabled gardeners is a general section with information for all disabled gardeners, and then there are specific sections for gardening: after a stroke and with heart disease; sitting down and from a wheelchair; with sight loss; with a weak grip; with one hand; if you can't bend easily; and for emotional wellbeing.
Find out more about equipment and tools to help you.