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Our organization was inspired by a need for a horticultural environent that could improve local health and nutition through education and demonstration, would help conserve our native plants for future generations and would provide a place for all members of our rural communities the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful space for creativity, recreation and relaxation the will include:

  • Education and demonstration classes

  • Petting zoo

  • Memory garden

  • Childen's playground

  • Garden shop

  • Exercise stations

This handicap accessible, unique park will also provide multiple benefits for young and old living within the central Ozark Mountain region. 

It will offer cooking classes, an outdoor science laboratory, entreprenurial business opportunities, a rehabilitation setting, a family gathering place and a meditation retreat. 

Map of Health Haven Botanical Gardens

Garden Highlights

As part of our mission to provide a therapeutic environment, we will feature a petting zoo that will hold goats, pigs, donkeys, chickens, rabbits and more!

We value the traditional "garden-to-table" cooking style, and will teach others the benefits of practicing it in our very own kitchen at the Gardens. 

Created specifically for children with special needs, we are developing an outdoor-themed and educational playground for all children to enjoy.

Choose a botanical bliss for that special day. We are building a wedding pavilion surrounded by several Ozark plant species that will add a natural touch to your ceremony. 

Health and wellness are important to us. Our exercise stations and special classes, like yoga and Tai Chi, will be for all community members.

We want health and gardening merchandise - such as lotions, eggs or plants - that are produced locally to be featured in our garden shop.

Learn the benefits and be satisfied with growing your own organic fruits and vegetables through our future classes on site.

Stay close but feel like you've traveled far by strolling through our Japanese garden and around its bird pond. 

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