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    Garden Design for the Blind It is a commonly known fact that the removal of one sense sharpens and enhances the perception of the others. We as humans are very centered on sight, and we tend to give less weight to our other senses when it comes to perceiving the world around us. For the most part, our environment tends to consist of designs made for us to experience visually. We do recognize sound as important, but when we are not actively listening to music or speech, sound tends to fade into

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    Proposed Design for a Garden for the Blind As a largely visually-reliant society, much of botanical garden design have focused primarily on visual presentation, whether in flower color or in garden composition. Slowly, however, sensory gardens appealing to our more underutilized senses of smell, sound, touch, and even taste are appearing around the country and the globe. While these unique parks may specifically have blind individuals in mind, sensory gardens also appeal to anyone in the general

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    Hernandez, Abigail

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    interaction with the patients and anyone who wants to garden. Another goal Mayra and I have are for the patients to develop life skills such as patience, time management, resiliency, coping with stress and anxiety, etc. During our first visit at TIRR Memorial Hermann, we discovered a small garden slightly hidden on the other side of the building. We saw one or two patients trying to enter the green house. The willingness to explore the garden inspired Mayra and I to help the patients in a way that

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    Renaissance Garden Essay

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    that many people correlated with the style and design of the Italian Renaissance gardens. The sight of these gardens were truly remarkable in a time where design would settle for nothing less of such. Throughout the report many things will be brought to light in relation to the Renaissance gardens. This report will include many sub-sections that will pertain to the design of these gardens. These sections include, the history of the Renaissance gardens, their influences, the garden’s features and the

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    of which are designed as formal gardens adjacent to the home. It offers professionally guided or self-guided tours to the public 6 days a week and makes a wonderful day trip from San Francisco or Santa Cruz for anyone interested in history, architecture or gardening. A premier example of the California eclectic style, Fioli is considered one of the finest houses of the early 20th century in the United States, and has been hailed for its forward-thinking design, which emphasizes preservation of

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    There are many popular methods of gardening, two of them are the raised bed approach, and traditional row gardening. A raised bed it is generally where a frame of any shape or size is built and filled with fertilizer of one’s choice, this lifts the garden above ground level. Row cropping is like the typical farmland scene where there are rows of crops in long straight lines and a walking space in between each row. Each means of gardening and raising crops has their advantages, and their disadvantages

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    Why is Garden Scene included in Shakespeare’s Richard II? What does it contribute to the overall flow and development of the play?  The Garden Scene (Act III, Scene IV) is an important and pivotal moment, providing plot update, allegory, exposition, and character contrasts. The Garden Scene is important for several reasons, firstly, it occurs between two scenes in which Richard, Bolingbroke, and others are present, but between which some time has passed. This implies a costume change, and this

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    Gardening – The Perfect Hobby

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    spent in the garden when I was younger. From as early as I can remember, my entire family would spend (what seemed to be) countless hours in the garden on hot summer evenings picking strawberries and green beans and other tempting treats. There was even the dreaded job of hoeing weeds and attempting not to rip a plant out of the ground (or at least not letting Mom know if we did). Little did I know how much I would appreciate not only the fruits and vegetables we enjoyed from our garden for so many

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    Rock Gardening Ideas

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    oriental rock garden or just imitate some principles of the oriental rock gardens. Let us here see about the general rock gardening ideas of natural rock gardens and oriental rock gardening ideas. Natural rock gardening ideas: The natural rock gardening ideas are given by the nature. The rocky yards are covered with greenery in order to beautify the area. In the rock gardens the stones, stumps, logs are not removed like the other garden types but are the vital elements of these gardens. Isolated

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    Designing a Butterfly Garden for the Blind The research and preparation for this essay have made me realize not only how interesting and unique this project is, but also how useful and valuable such a “Garden for the Blind” could really be. The blindfolded Butterfly Garden experience specifically helped me realize to a great extent how much we as humans greatly overemphasize our sense of sight, and do not take full advantage of all the senses most of us have been blessed with to use and appreciate

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