Sure, people may sometimes remind you to, “stop and smell the roses”, but sensory gardening is designed to stimulate more than just your vision or sense of smell. Sensory gardening aims to stimulate all of our senses; inviting us to touch, smell, hear and taste our natural surroundings as well.

Close your eyes, and consider all the elements you can take in throughout your landscape.There are lots of great suggestions for your sensory garden here.