We all know that a garden can be beautiful. However the positive effects of a resident garden are far greater than just beauty. Research has demonstrated that horticulture and gardening can benefit people. Gardening, or even passive exposure to living plants or flowers, helps to improve health outcomes those with physical and cognitive deficits. Other numerous studies have also reported the benefits of horticultural therapy and garden settings in reduction of pain, improvement in attention, lessening of stress, modulation of agitation, lowering of as needed medications, anti psychotics and reduction of falls.