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Inviting and inclusive are really better ways to describe a landscape that can be enjoyed and used by all. Keep these points in mind when planning your landscape.
Any physical limitations such as reduced ability to bend, kneel, lift, reach or grip must be considered when building or adapting the garden. Add the following features in your garden:
One of the basic rules of landscaping and plant placement is to install smaller, shorter plants at the front of the planting bed or border. This "rule" is easily stretched by the use of raised beds. Those who have difficulty or are unable to bend down can "stop and smell the roses." Choose plants based on fragrance and texture (how they feel to the touch) as well as pure appearance. Plant them where they can be enjoyed by all.