Rooftop garden at St. Paul Children's aims to help the healing

  • Article by: Kim Palmer , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 17, 2013 - 10:33 AM

With its interactive sculptures and kid-safe plants, the new rooftop garden at Children’s Hospital in St. Paul offers a refuge for patients and their parents.

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omakristyJul. 16, 13 2:44 PM

How great is that? The Children's Hospitals have so many fabulous, innovative ways to help children and their families feel better and get better. This is a feel-good story on so many levels!

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twistedspentJul. 17, 1312:51 PM

How much does that cost?

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sallygirlJul. 17, 13 2:11 PM

Why does it matter how much it cost? You aren't paying for it, twistedspent. I have been there and there were many wonderful people who donated funds so children who are in need of comfort and healing have this resource. If you would like to donate to Children's Hospital so they can continue to provide the best possible medical care to these little patients that would be greatly appreciated.

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pasaraJul. 19, 1310:41 AM

The intention is good, but the execution leaves something to be desired. True healing would come from less concrete and more natural elements. Looks like a plaza not a garden.

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