sweet peasWelcome to Trellis

We're the place to come to for know-how about therapeutic gardening, the art of using gardening to help people take care of their physical, emotional and social wellbeing.

We support a network of over 300 therapeutic gardening projects in Scotland so they can share skills, good practice and get connected.

Trellis runs training workshops and an information service, and we can visit you to give help and advice. We support research and development in therapeutic gardening. And we make sure that the voice of our network is heard by policy makers.

We bring people together. Come and join us, we're here to help you.


Trellis BIG 10

Grab your friends, fellow students or workmates, get creative and join our BIG 10 FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE this October as we mark World Mental Health Day. Run, scoot or space hop a 10K. How about a 10 hour digathon or a more gentle 10am coffee morning? The sky's the limit! and whilst you raise funds for the vital work of Trellis, you could be nurturing your mental health and getting fit too!

Help thousands of people improve their health and wellness through the power of therapeutic gardening.

For more information or to register your event or challenge click here.


2 October - new job advertisement posted click here to view
2017 Trellis Training Progamme:
Knowledge, skills and good practice sharing

Networking Event FCFCG & Trellis, Elgin                             10th October BOOK NOW

Trellis CPD training courses are endorsed by the  IOH logo

See the full range of support and services we delivered in 2015-16 in the Trellis Report

 For therapeutic gardening jobs in Scotland see Job/Volunteer Vacancies 

Find out what's going on in therapeutic gardening and the Trellis Network. Sign up to the eBulletin newsletter -  complete our contact form

Trellis Manifesto

To read our manifesto click here. To let us know what you think and make any further suggestions and comments, email us.

Trellis is the national Scottish charity that supports, promotes, and develops the use of horticulture to improve health, well-being and life opportunities for all

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