The Sensory Garden

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Last week Mrs Richards took 2nd class out to the garden to show us the new Sensory Garden that she was busy working on over the Easter holidays. The garden is the shape of a pentagon which has 5 sides and angles. Each of the angles has plants that allow us to use a specific sense. Can you list your five senses? Can you remember any of the names of the plants in the garden?

Mrs. Richards then took us on a walk through the Daffodil Maze…. Thank you Mrs. Richards for a lovely afternoon in the garden. If you haven’t been to visit it yet it’s well worth a look.

13 thoughts on “The Sensory Garden

  1. Hi
    I can remember some of the names of the flowers in the sensory garden. Lambs ear,the curry plant,chives,rosemary and lemon balm!!

  2. sorry Miss Breen, the five senses are actually touch, sight, sound, smell and taste. Thanks Keelin 🙂

  3. Hi miss Breen I can think of some names of the flowers lambs ear,the pony tail lemon balm lavender mint curry chives and rosemary !!!!😄

  4. Hi Miss Breen,
    I can list our five senses hear,taste,smell,sight and touch.I can also name some of the plants lambs ear,lemon balm, mint,curry,pony tail,lavender,chives and rosemary.

    I have lavender and rosemary In my garden. 🙂

  5. Hello Miss Breen
    I have one of the flowers in the sensory garden in my garden. The name of the flower is erysimum.(wallflower)

  6. Hi Miss Breen I can name my 5 senses – sight, smell, touch, hear, taste. I can also remember some of the plants , lavender, mint, lemon balm,and lambs ear!
    Hannah

  7. Hi Miss Breen,
    I can name some of the plants in the sensory-garden
    pony tail, lavender, lemon balm, lambs ear, rosemary, chive, curry and mint.
    I have lavender and mint in my garden.Anna.

  8. Hello,
    I have some facts about plants. There are around 2000 different types of plants are used by humans to make food. Bamboo can be a fast growing plant, some types can grow almost a metre ( 3.28 feet ) in just one day!!!!!!!! The stem of a sunflower can grow up to 3 m ( 10 ft. ) tall and the flowers head can be 30 cm ( 11.8 in ) wide.

  9. Hi Miss Breen I have a small fact about
    Butterflies: butterflies live for 1, 2, or
    3 days! And in the word BUTTERFLIES
    you drop the y and add ies!

    🌺Lucy🌺

  10. Hi Miss Breen,
    when I went to England to visit my granny and grandad
    I saw lambs ear in there garden!!
    Anna

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