The area that comprises both the Sensory Garden and Gazebo is adjacent to our perennial border and near our compost demonstration.
The concept of the Sensory Garden is to grow plants that stimulate all of the senses. This bed was rebuilt by local boy scouts in 2003 (see below). It is a raised gardening bed for easier access by those with disabilities.
The Gazebo was funded by the local XJWC club and constructed by husbands of members of that club. It was one of the first projects undertaken when the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens moved to its current site in Lions Park back in 1986.