Residents and members of the VIP Garden Club plant flowers in the raised beds at Eskaton Care Center Greenhaven on Sept. 1, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Eskaton Care Center for seniors turned a large section of thirsty lawn into the first wheelchair accessible labyrinth garden in Sacramento. The new space uses 50 percent less water than the former lawn, and offers many times the opportunity to get the center's seniors outside and moving among the flowers. They have gardening times in wheelchair-accessible raised beds, too. (Debbie Arrington/Sacramento Bee/TNS)
Residents and members of the VIP Garden Club plant flowers in the raised beds at Eskaton Care Center Greenhaven on Sept. 1, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Eskaton Care Center for seniors turned a large section of thirsty lawn into the first wheelchair accessible labyrinth garden in Sacramento. The new space uses 50 percent less water than the former lawn, and offers many times the opportunity to get the center's seniors outside and moving among the flowers. They have gardening times in wheelchair-accessible raised beds, too. (Debbie Arrington/Sacramento Bee/TNS) Debbie Arrington TNS
Residents and members of the VIP Garden Club plant flowers in the raised beds at Eskaton Care Center Greenhaven on Sept. 1, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Eskaton Care Center for seniors turned a large section of thirsty lawn into the first wheelchair accessible labyrinth garden in Sacramento. The new space uses 50 percent less water than the former lawn, and offers many times the opportunity to get the center's seniors outside and moving among the flowers. They have gardening times in wheelchair-accessible raised beds, too. (Debbie Arrington/Sacramento Bee/TNS) Debbie Arrington TNS