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If Money Wasn't an Issue- what elements would be in a sensory garden

8 months 4 days ago #455 by Brimbach
Joell Dunlap ask me the other day, and I am passing it on to our Dream Team:
If money wasn't an issue- what elements would be in a sensory garden? Edible plants, filtered light, fruit trees- what else? Water Element of course (Joell Dunlap)

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8 months 4 days ago #456 by NTLS Team
Ellen Schuringa:
Check our FB Extreme Mountain Trail Park Tilburgs  www.facebook.com/extremetrailtilburgs/

Chantelle Bannister:
Rain bells, a sensory path made of different textures (grass, pebbles, sand), something bouncy, large wooden instruments- hanging chimes or whatever, a big hour glass with sand in that you can turn, a star map made of stones bobbles on the floor, water you can channel and divert...

Claudia Eichler:
A smell- sensory parc or wood: herbs like Thyme, Romaine, Lavender, Basil, all the healing plants that smell, and selling trees like Cypress. Music from natural instruments: Dijjiridoo (Australian native instrument), drums etc.

Julian and Julia Ross:
Foam bath and foam slides, some slime to stick your hands in or even bath in. A very smooth path with thin layers of warm good smelling oil on it where you can walk/slide on and have the opportunity to even poor warm oil on your legs etc. Ice cube buckets- to chew on to stick your hands/feet in on a hot day, listen to them explode etc. something with wind, like a huge people high fan that blows a soft nice smelling wind at your whole body- you can choose the small and temperature of course!

Iliane Lorenz:
Bird feeders and butterfly plants and whatever else you can put to attract critters.

Carola Beekman:
You can ask kiddos to help building an insect hotel  www.edenproject.com/learn/for-everyone/h...build-an-insect-home
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8 months 4 days ago #457 by rupert
...a little stream with waterfall that one can wade in

small forest trails with very beautiful sculptures

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4 weeks 23 hours ago #579 by Wellenreiter
A natural "Hüpfburg" made of two big bales of straw, where you can jump from into layers of straw.

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