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Posted By: becky
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Joined Date: 18 Oct 2019

Hello, my name is Becky I am completing my third year of my Batchelors in horticulture at the eden project. Part of this year involves producing different planting plans for small areas. One of my chosen ones is to plant an area for those with visual impairment.

At this stage I am researching the subject and would love to hear any experience and opinions on the matter. Whether its a personal view or that of a friend or loved one. I am looking at what colours are most visible and pleasing to view, what textures. scents, sounds and more. 
 
If you were designing a planting scheme what would you put into it. 
 
thankyou in advance for any comments. 
 
 
 
Posted : 18 Oct 2019

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