Choose scented plants to add smell to your garden. These are best placed in sheltered areas as this contains the fragrances better and will allow them to be enjoyed more.
NEW Clematis ‘Sugar Sweet’
The firstly truly scented large flowered clematis, with beautiful almond fragranced flowers. Available from Coolings for the first time this Spring.
Lavender ‘Ashdown Forest’
A superb variety with lovely scented flowers and foliage. Perfect for celebrating our new site at Wych Cross.
Plants with interesting textures are ideal garden choices for those living with sight impairment. They also go down particularly well with little ones who like to investigate their surroundings.
Senecio ‘Angels Wings’
This stunning recent introduction has tactile silky silver foliage. Works well in containers and is impressive on a patio.
Silky soft glossy foliage makes this popular choice the perfect evergreen screening plant.
Edible plants are useful to grow for kitchen use or enjoyment, as well as many of them bringing extra colour to the garden.
Nasturtiums Jewel Mix
Both ornamental and edible, the flowers have a peppery taste.
A fruity classic, we have a selection of delicious and easy to grow varieties available this Spring.
Sound can produce an extra dimension to a sensory garden. Bamboo and grasses are ideal for creating some plant-based audio, along with adding water features or bird baths.
Fargesia nitidia ‘Black Pearl’
This is an amazing clump forming bamboo with attractive dark canes, ideal for containers and smaller gardens. The breeze moving through the foliage will create a relaxing rustling sound.
You can find out more about Kent Association for the Blind and their work on their website at www.kab.org.uk