The Margaret T. Morris Center
The award-winning Bob and Dudie Kieckhefer Strolling Garden at The Margaret T. Morris Center is a nationally recognized sensory garden that features heirloom apple and plum trees, plants that draw hummingbirds and butterflies, a koi pond and even a children's play area for visiting family members.
In the spring, summer and fall this Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation is the hub of general activities and our specialized therapeutic horticulture program.
The fully-secured main garden area features heirloom apple & plum trees, walking paths and sitting areas. A main large patio is an extension of our great room for outdoor activities and a smaller enclosed patio can be independently accessed by residents freely from one of our resident neighborhoods.
Weather permitting, activity and resident assistants conduct daily walks with the residents, and a patio awaits those who just want to sit and enjoy Prescott’s fresh mountain air.
We are always in need of weekly gardening volunteers as well as individuals to help with specific projects.