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25 Sunshine Court
Durango, Colorado

970.385.4090
info@sgwseniors.com

Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00pm
Saturday - Sunday Office is closed

Sunshine Gardens Grow Dome

Seniors especially can benefit from therapeutic gardening.  Planting and harvesting has been proven to provide much-needed healing, stimulation, social engagement, and more.  Featuring raised beds and an easy walking path, the Sunshine Gardens Grow Dome is equipped to address the holistic needs of our residents.

Gardening can reduce stress!  Studies show that being in nature can improve how our bodies react to stress.  Nature provides a sense of calm through growth and pleasant surroundings.

The Grow Dome’s geodesic shape makes it inherently stable and strong for its weight. It requires little to no energy to grow healthy, organic produce year-round. It harnesses energy from the sun, allowing you to extend your growing season and maintain a natural lifestyle. It stays bright and warm inside even through the depths of winter, but it can also create an ideal indoor environment in the desert.

Our kitchen uses many of the organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs we grow in our garden each year.  Year-round, the Grow Dome produces hardy winter crops like kale, radishes, and lettuce.

What our families say

“My mom is cared for physically and emotionally in a manner that my dad would have been proud to give her. There is rarely a day that goes by that I don’t thank God she is there.”

     

Tamra Lavengood RN, BSN,MSN

2016-06-06T10:48:34-06:00

Tamra Lavengood RN, BSN,MSN

     

“Your kind, loving, gentle, and compassionate care during nearly eight years of our mother’s residence at Sunshine Gardens Country Home is so very much appreciated.”

The Family of Winona McClanahan

2016-06-06T11:01:15-06:00

The Family of Winona McClanahan

“The family wishes to thank the staff at Sunshine Gardens West and Country Home for the care and attention they gave to Fred for the last four years.”

The Family of Fred Kroeger

2016-06-06T11:06:09-06:00

The Family of Fred Kroeger

“[My mother’s] Alzheimer’s Disease had progressed to the point that a secure facility of a modest size was the only situation which for her circumstances and, in fact, encouraged her to thrive.”

Karen Young

2016-06-06T11:04:58-06:00

Karen Young