Gardening charity Thrive is holding an open day at its gardens in Beech Hill near Reading on May 4.
Visitors to the three acre Victorian walled garden, which are cared for by gardeners with disabilities, will be able to see the conservation area, allotments and gallery of gardens which have been designed to assist people with specific disabilities.
Garden products company Forest Garden will be at the open day seeking more feedback on its products and running a free prize draw offering something from its range worth up to £250.
Thrive has been working with Forest Garden testing products such as raised beds and planters designed for those who need to kneel, sit or use a wheelchair while gardening.
Entrance to the gardens, held in association with the National Garden Scheme, is by suggested donation of £3.50. The day will be repeated on September 14 and there will be two open afternoons in July.