Creating a sensory garden: 32 ideas for a garden to see, smell, taste, hear and feel

Creating a sensory garden: 32 ideas for a garden to see, smell, taste, hear and feel


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See: Yellow coneflower

A good sensory garden is characterized by the fact that it optimally addresses all 5 senses. Seeing, smelling, tasting, hearing and feeling. Although sensory gardens are preferred to be set up in kindergartens or when working with dementia patients, they can also impress visitors to your garden. To offer something to the eyes, it is best to use plants with strong colors such as the yellow coneflower. The red coneflower also looks very nice.

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See: Yellow coneflower