Sensory gardens include features, objects and plants that appeal to our senses. They can be calming or stimulating, with a range of potential wellbeing benefits.
From growing and maintaining a space to simply being in the moment, gardens and nature offer so many opportunities. Here are some gardening tips and ideas for you.
Almost 1 million people in the UK have some form of dementia. The wonderful variety of experiences in a garden and nature mean it can be tailored to support your own wellbeing.
Welcoming outside places encourages you to spend more time in them. Find advice and inspiration for your garden if you are living with dementia.
When we consider sensory elements for our gardens, we often focus on sight and sounds. However, a key sensory element for any garden is smell. With a wide choice of scented flowers and plants to choose from, this article looks at key considerations for engaging our sense of smell in the garden.