We are making a new sensory area up on the top decking for the children to enjoy and also use these plants to add to their play dough. The plants that were planted were sage, mint, rosemary and curry plant.
Lions really enjoyed this new area, where they were able to to smell the new plants and they were asked which one they likes and what they smelt like.
A sensory garden is all about stimulating and engaging the five basic senses of sight, smell, sound, touch and taste. This type of garden not only allows the children to connect to nature.