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  • Most gardens offer visual appeal, but a sensory garden is one that is designed to stimulate other senses as well.
  • Think about the people who will use the garden and take their ages and abilities into account with your design and plantings.
  • If anyone in your family suffers from hay fever or asthma, choose plants that are pollinated by birds or insects rather than plants that release their seeds into the air.

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Reviewed on: 31-08-2014