saying see you later to this space ❀

plant sale for tkaronto/toronto folks only

today i’m launching an online pop up shop on my website. there are a small collection of plants from @lostinplantopia + locally sourced plants + hand-painted pots available for purchase. pick up only in chinatown. click here for the shop.

20% of all proceeds will be donated to black creek community farm in support of sending boxes of fresh food to folks experiencing food insecurity in the jane + finch community.

roots of the lostinplantopia pop up

in the new year i rented out a space in chinatown & began creating a plant-filled place for gatherings, collaboration, growth + healing for the community, by the community, in the community [pictured above 😍πŸ₯°] it was meant to be a public pop up for this spring + summer & at the end of winter i opened the space up to my circle of friends first. we got together, hung out, painted, talked, got in our feels… i was real excited for all that was to come. then covid happened & i’ve decided it’s time to part ways with the space given the circumstances. i’m looking forward to creating a new space in the future.

🌱🌿 as such, i have a ton of plants up for adoption because as much as i love them all, there is no more space in my home lol sooo here we are. let me know if you have any questions πŸ’•

horticultural therapy services

dr. jennifer ma [msw, rsw, phd]

i hold degrees in psychology + social work & i am a registered social worker. i provide community-based, culturally-relevant horticultural therapy + nature-based services from a relational + buddhist framework. i develop, tailor & implement workshops + sessions to support people with reaching their healing + overall well-being goals. my practice is relational & grounded in buddhist principles. i have facilitated workshops in communities & have organized two community gardens. please inquire about booking a workshop or session.

as part of my efforts to redistribute resources please consider donating funds so that i can offer plant care as self care workshops or horticultural therapy sessions for black, indigenous, & people of colour folks free of charge πŸ’•

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