Many different styles of pots and boxes offer a way to bring the garden up to the physically challenged child or adult. Containers often used in school gardens are large flowerpots, strawberry jars, one-half barrels, plastic tubs, wooden boxes, and raised planting tables. Window boxes also give students opportunities to garden from a seated position inside a room while allowing plants to grow outside. When filled with a good planting mix containers make excellent growing spaces.
The containers on either side of the raised bed are high enough to provide good access from a wheel chair.
If the containers are smaller, and cannot easily be reached from a wheelchair, place the containers on potting tables that are built high enough to allow wheelchair access.