The newly renovated townhouse had a North-facing postage stamp garden which backed onto the side of a two story building. The builders had been using the garden as a dumping ground. After completion, it was to be rented out immediately and therefore needed to be low maintenance.
A hard wearing limestone suitable for shadier spots was chosen to reflect as much light in the space as possible. The fences were cladded in Cedar wood batons to add symmetry and soften the space. The plants chosen were all low maintenance and shade tolerant and intended to slowly cover the back wall.