Growing and caring for plants can be a fulfilling pastime for everybody. In many circumstances plants can have therapeutic effects by stimulating the senses of, eyesight, smell, touch and taste. Sensory Garden Therapy is encouraged by Gp’s for dementia care such as Alzheimer’s or Cerebral Palsy because interacting with plants can improve memory by remembering “familiar” long lost scents, shapes, colours, and textures. Improving memory by talking about past childhood memories and encouraging conversations about happy events of family and friends. keeping track of our short-term goals. Learning the names of plants and flowers and recalling the names of plants they planted in their own gardens in the past.