Garden Variety

| July-August 2010

Sensory gardens can be found all over the world—at children’s museums, within botanical gardens, at zoos, at long-term care facilities, and as stand-alones in communities.


Garden of the Senses

Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, Nebraska

The garden has more than 250 kinds of herbs, perennials, and trees, along with “blankets of roses and flowers,” and is designed to ignite all five senses.