Graduate Education in Therapeutic Horticulture at UF

Horticultural therapy patientsThe Therapeutic Horticulture Program at Wilmot Gardens serves as a living laboratory for graduate students in the UF Department of Environmental Horticulture who desire to learn more about or focus their research on the study of this branch of horticultural science. Under the guidance of Charles Guy, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Environmental Horticulture and a member of the UF Wilmot Gardens Consortium, and Leah Diehl, RLA, HTM, graduate students can receive hands-on training and experience with therapeutic horticulture as well as conduct research in the field for their Master’s and PhD projects. Learn more about the Department of Environmental Horticulture here.