This garden features plants that are attractive to the senses – touch, taste, smell, sight, hearing and sound. Herbs and perennials that beg to be touched and smelled fill this sunny garden. In summer the sun heats up the brick pathways, causing the plants in the flower beds to exude their intoxicating perfumes. Visitors are encouraged to explore the different qualities of each plant and enjoy their sights, textures and smells.
A Century plant is in bloom this summer at the north end of the Sensory Garden.