Creating Restorative Gardens, Healing Gardens and Therapeutic Landscapes
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Design for Generations, LLC goal is to encourage the interaction between people and nature through the creation of therapeutic outdoor environments.

Do you find yourself asking…

  • “How do I update my garden?”
  • “Why aren’t people using the garden?”
  • “Is my garden really therapeutic?”
  • “How can I get more hummingbirds and butterflies into the garden?”
  • “How do I maintain the garden?”

If you find yourself asking these questions – you are in need of a professional evaluation of your garden.

Jack Carman, FASLA will meet with you to review and create a plan to revitalize your existing garden. For more information on how to make your garden work for you, visit the contact page.

Upcoming Events

Barnes Foundation on the health benefits of plants and nature - April 22, 2016

Recent News and Interesting Information

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Made for Shade

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“Brown Thumbs” Benefit, Too

  Self-professed “brown thumbs” with little interest in gardening can still reap cognitive, emotional [read more]

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Gardening Impacts Memory

“Come on, Mary, let’s see how the tomatoes are doing.” This simple nudge to [read more]

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Feeling Taxed? Rest.

This time of year can be rather taxing, for a few reasons. The natural [read more]

Some Services We Offer…

Are you considering the creation and development of a garden and asking how do you get started? The question may arise as to why it is important to enlist the services of a designer who is an expert in specialized garden designs?
What are the various types of garden? What distinguishes a Therapeutic Garden from ordinary gardens?
Is the garden being used to its full potential? How can I get people to use the garden more fully?
How can I teach elders, care partners and others to use the Therapeutic Garden? How do you get people involved in the garden?