Green fingered residents at a Sanctuary Care home in Upton-upon-Severn rolled up their sleeves to plant sensory herb gardens recently.
Everyone joined forces to toast the success of the week-long project with Pimm’s and strawberries and cream.
Beechwood’s manager Jemma Robinson said: “Some of our residents are living with dementia so we wanted to create an area that provided multi-sensory stimulation for them.
“Herbs are perfect for this because they provide a beautiful aroma and are of course wonderful to taste.”
The gardens have been planted in raised wooden beds with a variety of herbs, including basil, parsley, chives and coriander.
Members of the Sanctuary Maintenance team helped to clear and prepare the ground ahead of the planting, before maintenance man James Drew built the beds.