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Wheelchair Gardening

I gardening!  
Let me spend the entire day outside and I am a very happy girl. 
*In whispered tones...shhh...I dislike housecleaning and cooking.*
It took me a long time to figure out how to garden from a wheelchair, but with the help of CL, we've got a garden 
that I can access in my wheelchair.
This is our Vegetable garden...sidewalks so I can see it all!

This is our flower garden 'Sweet Memories'...sidewalks galore...

Doing a Google search I found some more ideas for 
Wheelchair Gardening. 

I chose these styles, because they 
let me get my hands right in the dirt!





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13 comments:

  1. Becky Jane, your garden is so well thought out! It's great that there is an accessible way to enjoy such a wonderful hobby!! I still garden the "traditional" way. I'm usually on the ground on my hands and knees, thank goodness my sister or niece are there to give me a "hand-up"!! Your links to all the raised beds are very thoughtful, there is so much info out there to make gardening easier for all!

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  2. Very cool! I am so glad you are able to dig in the dirt. It is a true joy of mine. I just love to watch my goodies grow. I have bad back pain so my Hubs built me row beds and a raised bed. I can easily reach everything without overextending my back. If there is a will the Lord will provide a way :D

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  3. I love how inventive you are and your garden looks beautiful.

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  4. That is so great to move past any obstacles, and still accomplish your desires in life...very inspiring!...thank you:)
    Courtney
    http://www.mommyladyclub.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow, that's amazingly creative and so pretty! (I hate cooking too and look for any excuse to avoid it.)

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  6. That's fantastic! What a brilliant set-up!

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  7. ...necessity is the mother of invention, Google is my access to the inventions...lol

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  8. You are an amazing woman Becky, and NOT just because you have eleven children.

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  9. AMAZING!!! I'm so glad you get to garden. There's absolutely nothing like being outdoors, I agree....and don't tell anybody, but I don't like housework, either!!! ;-)

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  10. I hate the housework too!!! I'd much rather be planting something to COVER the outdoor mess than cleaning up the indoor ones!

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  11. Really it is fantastic.you did nice job for wheelchair gardening..Thanks you.
    -Wheel chair accessories

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