Detail of Cotinus Grace and Libertia formosa, both featured in the new planting scheme of an enclosed garden backing onto the Royal Park in Greenwich, South London. The design for the garden included a multi-stem Amelanchier lamarkii, a small patch of lawn, herbaceous plant beds, pathways of reclaimed Yorkstone setts and reclaimed Yorkstone slabs and a bespoke garden snug reconfigured from an old crumbling shed and internally cladd with reclaimed scaffolding planks.
Graphic visualisation of the dining area and Garden Snug
Salvia nemorosa and Foeniculum vulgare
A pathway through planting made from salvaged Yorkstone pavers
Built from the ruins of an old garden shed, the snug was designed to be both garden storage and garden shelter. A place to be outside and inside simultaneously. It features a salvaged aesthetic of reclaimed scaffold plank internal cladding.
Hairpin leg table and benches offer an informal relaxed opportunity for dining outside.
The fragrant Rosa Shropshire Lad with Stipa tenuissima