Garden on Wheelz

I love the quote by Audrey Hepburn: “To Plant a Garden is to Believe in Tomorrow.” It’s so true! Growing a garden is such an incredible experience. You get to watch a miracle unfold right in front of you.

I’m excited to introduce you to an innovative product that will change the way you look at gardening. It’s the Garden on Wheelz by Lifecycle Gardens. This movable garden makes growing easy and it’s great for the elderly, people with disabilities and school environments. 

Garden on Wheelz

What is the Garden on Wheelz? 

Garden on Wheelz is a portable gardening system created by Justin Connell, a young entrepreneur. After a basketball injury, he decided to take his future into his own hands. Staying positive and upbeat after his injury, he was inspired to create a product that would change peoples lives for the better. Justin developed a unique product that allows just about anyone to grow an abundant garden.

This raised, movable garden bed takes bending and crouching out of the equation. It’s perfect for people with injuries, disabilities and the elderly. It’s also great for those with limited ground space and school-aged kids. 

Garden on Wheelz for Schools

Growing edible plants with kids encourages healthy eating and nurturing. Many children don’t have that opportunity at home, so Justin at LifeCycle Gardens has created a program to bring gardens into schools. With obesity at an all time high, this is an incredible program that I support 100%!

More schools should incorporate gardening into the curriculum. It gets children outside, doing something active, educational and positive. 

Watch the video below to learn more about the 100 Gardens for 100 Schools Program:

Garden on Wheelz for the Elderly or People with Disabilities 

Growing a garden is a very therapeutic experience and it’s proven to provide an abundance of health benefits.  Gardening has also been found to have a positive impact on children with Autism. While the therapeutic benefits are undisputed, gardening can be difficult for people with physical disabilities or the elderly.

Bending, kneeling and crouching can be impossible for someone in a wheelchair or with arthritis. The Garden on Wheelz is truly the perfect alternative to in-ground planting. It’s adjustable, so it can be raised or lowered easily to meet the needs of people who are wheelchair bound or unable to garden conventionally. 

Additional Information about Garden on Wheelz

The Garden on Wheelz is truly a distinctive gardening product. The sturdy and portable design offer unique advantages. Grow a Garden on Wheelz and “Go Green”! 

Garden on Wheelz

Cool Facts About Garden on Wheelz:

  • Mobility allows you to extend the growing season by bringing the unit indoors when the winter weather arrives.
  • Allows you to recycle nutrient-rich run-off water.
  • Made with UV resistant food-grade plastic, it’s durable and safe for growing edibles.

Coupon Code

If you’re ready to try the Garden on Wheelz, I have great news! Justin graciously gave me a coupon code for the fans and followers of Organic Sunshine. G

Get 40% off the Original Garden on Wheelz. That’s a HUGE SAVINGS! 

Coupon Code: DisGOW40

 References: 

Horticulture Therapy: Using Flowers and Plants To Help Autistic Children

Benefits of Horticulture Therapy

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Nicole is the owner, primary blogger and copy editor of Organic Sunshine. She has a passion for healthy, natural living and hopes to encourage others to live a similar lifestyle. Nicole has a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration and over 10 years of experience working in Cancer Research. She's also an experienced content writer, producing high quality articles on a variety of topics for many online publications.

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Nicole is the owner, primary blogger and copy editor of Organic Sunshine. She has a passion for healthy, natural living and hopes to encourage others to live a similar lifestyle. Nicole has a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration and over 10 years of experience working in Cancer Research. She's also an experienced content writer, producing high quality articles on a variety of topics for many online publications.

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  1. What a great idea for a garden, you can move it to where the sun is shining and not having to bend and crouch can be very helpful for people. It makes have fresh veggies easy for everyone.

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    • Absolutely Maggie! My family loved the ease of this garden and I think it could really help disabled people or those recovering from illness or injury. I absolutely love it! 🙂

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  2. What an amazing idea and perfect for the elderly who love gardening and even for science classes where teachers want to teach kids about growing food. Great Post!

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    • I agree Tamara! I was also amazed to read about the benefits of gardening for those with disabilities and children with Autism. I think this is a wonderful new product with some amazing applications! 🙂

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    • Hi Brittany! It really is a great hobby to take up with your kids. 🙂

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  3. What a great idea! It’s great for anyone who has knee problems. I am moving out of the city, so I would like to take up gardening soon!

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    • The cool thing about the Garden on Wheelz is that you can grow it just about anywhere. You don’t even need a plot of land. Love that! Thanks for commenting Tricia. Can’t wait to read your latest post about Date Night! 🙂

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  4. This looks like a wonderful product. I know quite a few people who don’t have yards, but this would be nice on a balcony.

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    • You’re so right Natasha. This would be perfect on a balcony. You don’t even need a yard to grow a Garden on Wheelz. 🙂

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  5. What a wonderful idea! My grandmother would have loved to be able to garden again with something like this!

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    • I know Emma! It’s such a wonderful product. I love the fact that it can help the elderly continue to garden when they can no longer kneel and stoop.

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