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The National Garden Scheme

We all love gardening, and research shows it's good for us too.

That makes our National Garden Scheme (NGS) charity partnership even sweeter. Across England and Wales people are opening up their gardens for charity.

Accessible gardening

Shana Pezaro has MS and loves to garden. From tools to trowels, she talks us through her top tips for accessible gardening.

Fancy visiting a garden and helping to stop MS? Find an open NGS garden near you today.

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Visiting an NGS garden

Into gardens? Or maybe you just fancy a great day out. The NGS has over 3,800 gardens open to the public across England and Wales. The money raised supports a range of nursing and caring charities – and us too.
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Gardening and MS

There's now growing evidence that gardening is great for well-being and can improve symptoms of MS. Find out more about gardening and MS from our community.
Find out more about gardening and MS

Top photography tips

One of the best things about gardens are the beautiful photographs you can take. Our photographer, Rebecca, shares her top tips for taking an excellent photo.  
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Tell us about your garden

Do you have green fingers? Does your garden help you to handle your MS? We want to hear from you. Whether you want to tweet us a photo of your garden or share your story with our community, send us your snaps.
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