The Gardeners of Watchung Hills Host Cultivating The Inner Gardener

Join me at The Gardeners of Watchung Hills on September 25th at at 8:00pm at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 725 Mountain Avenue, in Berkeley Heights, NJ, where I'll be presenting Cultivating the Inner Gardener, an illustrated talk that focuses on how gardening from the inside out creates a personal space that is not only beautiful and healthy, but also combats stress by providing a sanctuary from today's hectic world. The presentation includes photos of gardens that hold special meaning for their owners and shows how they have incorporated their own values and fondest memories to produce a garden rich in personal meaning.

I’ll explain how gardeners at every level of expertise can dig more deeply into the meaning that gardening holds for them, in order to create a more satisfying experience.

When you make the commitment to garden from the inside out, you create a clear path that takes you directly to where your heart wants to go. You invest thoughtful time up front that eliminates confusion and expensive mistakes later. Discussing your vision of the garden with contractors and making decisions becomes easy, because you've done the important work of planning a space that harmonizes with your personal dream of what a garden can be.

As a coach I custom-tailor lessons and assignments for each client, designing an approach that allows you to rediscover and focus on the things that really matter to you, restores meaning to your gardening efforts, and revitalizes a cherished pastime. I draw out your personality, creativity, and individuality so that you can take those garden memories and personal values and translate them into a plan that will achieve you gardening goals.

For meeting details, contact Richard Ciccarelli by phone 908-872-7672 or e-mail .

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