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Gardening with fragrance
5 white jasmine blooms lay on a black background. The flower petals are bright white and the stamen are bright yellow.Gardening is an outdoor activity that can be enjoyed by sighted and visually impaired alike. This blog talks about some of the beautifully scented plants that can be used in a garden to guide a visually impaired person or used just for the pleasure of the fragrance.
 
Mike Burks helps with some of the soil questions gardeners may have and suggests optimal placement for certain plants to ensure regular enjoyment.
 
Don’t shy from gardening, but take the tips from other visually impaired gardeners to enjoy the activity.
 
What are your favorite boldly scented plants? Share your top 3 choices for your garden in the comment section.
 
Gardening Blog: Mike Burks on Scents and Sensibility

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