Wellbeing Garden launched at Central Library

Central Library has officially launched its Wellbeing Garden with a special Bookbug rhymetime session for babies, parents and carers.

The indoor garden has artificial grass, comfortable garden furniture and glass ceiling giving the feeling of being outdoors (without the rain!) and is perfect for meeting up with friends, groups or simply relaxing with a good book.

The garden also has citrus and bay trees growing as well as a range of herbs which anyone can snip and take home. The area has been created to provide a relaxing indoor space for all to use and funded by Macmillan Cancer Support and the Maple Trust with artificial grass installed by EaziLawn.

Sinclair Aitken, Chair of Leisure & Culture Dundee said

“The wellbeing garden is a little oasis in the centre of town. We have already received lots of positive feedback about the garden and we will continue to add new plants throughout the year.”

If you happen to be green-fingered and would like to volunteer your help, please contact Central Library on 01382 431530 or email: opportunities@leisureandculturedundee.com


Press Release Date: 
13 Jun 2019
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