Coventry care home Residents get green fingered Coventry care home Residents get green fingeredThis month at Victoria Garden residential care home, in Tile Hill, a gardening club has started with four Residents taking part. 

Wellbeing Coordinator, Bianca, asked each Resident what they would like to plant and they have made a start on planting some vegetables and flowers to go into the main garden. Each week they will be planting more and checking on the progress. 

The Residents agreed they were looking forward to seeing what grows. One commented, while admiring the cornflowers and lupins, “These flowers look bright and colourful.”

See pictured, from the left, Residents Muriel and Beryl alongside Bianca and fellow Resident Romy.

Julie Jones, Care Home Manager, commented, “What a great idea, it’s so lovely to see.”

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