The Popularization and Promotion Strategy of Horticultural Therapy in College Students’s Life Education

Chaoqun Zhou, Cheng Zeng


Horticultural therapy is a nature-oriented therapy that has great application value and practical significance in the life education of college students. This article first explains the significance of horticultural activities in life education from the perspective of physical and mental health, observation and thinking ability, and social interaction ability. Then, it explores the ways to popularize and promote the application of horticultural activities in the life education of college students through the establishment of relevant courses and horticultural societies, strengthening teacher training, carrying out practical activities, and strengthening publicity. These measures will help improve the physical and mental health level of college students, cultivate their observation and thinking ability, enhance their social interaction ability, and also contribute to improving the quality of college students' life education.

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