本研究結果發現五感體驗的景觀植栽設計需要由多樣的植栽來去組合搭配，且獨立一個景觀植栽設計很難包含全部且完整的五感體驗，所以植栽設計要以主題式的方式強化各個五感體驗做為景觀植栽設計。在原住民景觀中以農作植物及民俗植物最能表達原住民的景觀及生活方式，所以在設計上應多加運用農作植物及民俗植物。 Five senses means sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. One can communicate with and understand the world by those five senses. At present, among five senses, there is only visual sense is more often to be used to represent the interaction between visual and view in landscape. Other four senses except for visual sense are seldom to be mentioned and researched. The purpose of the study is to apply five senses on landscape planting design to bring more interactions between viewer and landscape.
This study is to apply five senses theory in the planting design of Majia village and using the local plants to form the local landscape. The methodology is such as literature reviews, case studies, five senses, planting design. Firstly, it is to understand the principles of landscape planting design, and secondly, to understand the relationship between plants and residents through interviews and observations. The purpose of the study is to understand and experience aboriginal landscape through landscape planting design constituted by five senses.
This study finds out that landscape planting design of five senses experience needs plural plantation to be composed. The single planting design is hard to include the whole five senses. Therefore, planting design should use thematic way to emphasize each sense experience. Aboriginal crops and folklore plants can most express the aboriginal landscape and living style so that one can apply them to landscape design.