It’s not every day that people in the garden sector get the opportunity to work on a garden that is designed for a boy with the eating disorder pica. It’s a disorder which results Pica is a disorder that is characterized by a person having an appetite for inedible substances- such as carpet, moss, plasterboard, wallpaper.
The garden includes many different sensory materials, ranging from plants, to artificial lawn, to timber, to natural stone paving and water. Other features include a trampoline, mirrors, coloured timber posts and lighting.
The weather on the garden wasn’t exactly on our side, but we soldiered on through the mud and rain – helped by Zach’s mum greeting us with bacon barms each morning – much appreciated!
Should you wish to read more about the garden project please click the following link for the story in a national newspaper:
And if you’d like to find out more about Zach’s story please click on the following link:
Living Gardens would like to thank all involved in the project and hope that Zach and his family enjoy the garden for many more years to