After five years of planning, fundraising and construction the Blind People's Garden of Bremen was created in St. Magnus, a part of town in the north of Bremen. Remarkable about it is the fact that it's the first German garden of this kind to be built in private initiative and to be exclusively supported by donations and free services of local enterprises. All gardening is done by the clubmembers.
Of course the Garden is open to the recreation seeking public as well - but it is suited for the special needs of blind persons. The plants are meant to be smelled, touched and felt.