Amputee Soldier with Prosthetic Limb at the Chelsea Flower Show

An amputee soldier in the debut Headley Court Courtyard Garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower show in London in 2012.

The staff and patients exhibited their display as an example of the permanent garden that has been built at Headley Court to help patients rehabilitate from their injuries.

The purpose of the garden is to not only provide an area for the injured service personnel to test out their gardening skills. It is also designed with steps and obstacles to test out their prosthetic and to aid their recovery.