Welcome to the Manitoba Horticultural Association

Gardening for your mental health! Garden is said to promote brain health The benefits include • improvement in attention, • lowered stress levels, • reduction of pain. Gardening/growing plants can help with a range of mental health problems, including individuals suffering from PTSD. Gardening can improve mood and sociability. Gardening reminds us of our connection to nature, and helps us focus on the positive things, which can alleviate symptoms of depression. The physical aspect of gardening releases feel-good chemicals in the brain such as serotonin and dopamine. Working in/with Dirt; whether in a pot in your house or a garden in your yard; just makes us happier! Explore our website to see how to can join in the fun with horticultural societies and garden clubs throughout Manitoba. See you in the Spring, let's GROW! Linda Wall, MHA Vice-President

Societies and Clubs

Societies and Clubs

Find a horticultural society or garden club near you! If there isn't one, we can help you get once started, just contact us!

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