All gardens appeal to the senses in one way or another. Sensory gardens can be adapted to a wide variety of users. This article will help get you started in creating a garden that appeals to the senses.
Allows children to care for plants and to witness the life cycle first hand as well as learn responsibility to care for living things
An easy and comprehensive list of plants that can be used in creating your sensory garden from The Ornamental Border at Bradner Gardens Park: Sensory Garden Plant List. Pinned by Adique-Alarcon Phillips Zahtz
Photo Tour - 8 Cottage Gardens
Sensory Garden elements - leave areas of special grass to grown long for kids to play with. Or wildflowers? Could also function as border between road?
Everyone loves a touch garden, so let's learn about 5 "hands-on" plants that you can include in your sensory garden.
Sensory Gardens: Taste, Touch, Visual, Audible, and Scent sensory plants
Children's Sensory Garden Veggie garden to help cut costs down on food! Kids can help maintain it.
Kids' Science in the Garden
Sensory Garden with Kids with all sorts of wonderfully smelling herbs & flowers. A great way to engage & stimulate the senses.
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sensory garden plan - we could keep everything one level and frame on all sides. Or good for a small space garden or for wheelchair users?
Sensory Gardening with Kids
Note to self: buy Ellery an awesome big gardening hat!