A top garden designer has drawn inspiration from one of his earlier creations while planning a rehabilitation garden in Aberdeen.
James Alexander-Sinclair is putting together his plans for a therapy garden at Woodend Hospital.
The Friends of the Neuro Ward are raising £250,000 for the project.
Mr Alexander-Sinclair revealed he has looked to Horatio’s Garden at the Scottish National Spinal Injuries Unit at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow for inspiration.
A busy day giving a talk on our new rehab therapy garden for Woodend! And we got our first donation…watch this page…
His vision includes turning the sparse green space at Woodend into a colourful and accessible therapy garden evoking a “feeling of wellbeing”.
As part of the campaign, he has donated two tickets for RHS Malvern, which includes front row tickets to see TV gardener Monty Don.
The charity is running a competition to give away the tickets.