A garden for lawyers
I just thought it looked nice and was good use of space. It did feel more room-like than may other gardens, probably due to the London plane trees trained overhead to form large square "umbrellas" as a roof to the space. That and the small-scale doable green wall were my favorite take-ways from this garden.
Oh, that and the "bench" bench.
|Ground is purpose permeable stone to absorb rain water. I liked the square blue seat-shrub-blue seat combo.|
|This green wall with fountain underneath seems almost approachable in scale |
for a real-life project. The roses are Rosa "Justice of the Peace."
|The boxwoods at the base of the London plane trees |
helped give a polished finish to the garden.
|Crowds, crowds crowds. You couldn't turn around without bumping into someone.|
This shows the overhead trim on the trees. They're pleached horizontally.
|Gardens don't have enough throw pillows.|