Full of beautiful sights, scents and sounds, Carwinion's sensory garden was planted in 2009 with help from the children of nearby Mawnan School to be a haven for anyone who has mobility difficulties or is sight or hearing impaired.
Working with Carwinion's gardening team, the children enjoyed getting wet and dirty as they helped create the sensory garden in eight large pots.
The sensory garden was designed and planted entirely with disabled people in mind, using plants that visitors can touch, smell and hear. It contains a heady mix of jasmine, lambs ear, sweet pea, lavender, rosemary, mint, bamboo and an array of grasses.
In all about 30 plants, nearly all of them perennials, have been added to the giant pots.
The pots are raised up so people in wheelchairs can feel them and smell them without having to bend down or stretch up.