Whilst this garden may look the picture of simplicity, with sawn York stone paving and clean white rendered walls, it was a masterpiece of engineering, requiring extensive excavation (taking place alongside rennovations to the property) and steel piles driven into the ground to retain the soil from the levels above.

Once the work was complete it was planted with Buxus cubes to echo the rectalinear design of the space, and lush planting including Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle', Alliums, Alchemilla mollis, Geranium and Salvia nemerosa 'Caradonna'.
Two beautiful multistem Birch trees, in chunky wooden planters painted to match the custom-built trellis, flanked the doorway to the house.