The pandemic is not only having an impact on physical wellbeing but also on the psychological level. As more and more people are forced to stay home in self-isolation, governments must take the necessary measures to provide mental health support as prescribed by experts.
In light of these exceptional circumstances, the project takes up the challenge to support society by putting creative balcony gardening as its focal point.
Adults and elderly people play an essential role in Europe’s civil society, and they are the most affected by the harmful effects of this pandemic.
Balcony gardening has the potential to increase the target groups’ health and wellbeing effectively.
It is suitable for boosting motivation, self-esteem, good for the earth, reduces stress, and can make people happier. Scientific evidence shows how gardening and being in a garden will help to keep you well.
Using plants to brighten up the terraces are not their only function, plants can be used in an innovative and creative way and can have useful purposes. The creative usage of greens is not well known or used in urban environments.