Wednesday, September 04, 2013
I remember when they first opened The Sensory Garden at the Memphis Botanic Gardens. It was intended to provide a pleasant garden experience for those with sensory impairments.
There is a water feature:
and garden beds at a height where those in wheelchairs can easily touch the plants:
There are a couple of sculptures. Here's one of them:
It's a delightful garden within a garden.
Posted by Divers and Sundry at 9:00 AM
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I will add this to my places to visit when I'm next in Memphis.ReplyDelete
the botanic gardens is well worth a visit. and right across the street is the dixon gallery and gardens, which is also a treat :) not that i'm prejudiced or anything ;)Delete