Engage Your Senses: Designing a Sensory Garden

A sensory garden engages all five senses, creating a satisfying and immersive experience. It's about more than just beautiful plants.

Engaging Your Senses in the Garden

A visually appealing garden is more than just beautiful plants. Consider color, maintenance, and even the creatures that visit your garden.


Place fragrant plants strategically to enjoy their scent often. Consider pots on your front porch, along walkways, or near often-opened windows.


Homegrown food always tastes better. Consider unique crops, thematic edible gardens, and even plants with edible flowers.


Include plants that engage your sense of touch. Consider plants like Lamb's ear, Chenille plant, moss, and grasses.


Enhance your garden experience with pleasing sounds. Incorporate plants that sway, water features, sound barriers, and elements that attract birds.


A sensory garden is a peaceful garden. It's a space where you can sit, relax, and take in the fruits of your hard work.

Creating a Peaceful Garden

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