Creating a beautiful garden with not a lot of space can save you a lot in terms of time and effort. On the other hand, it can also be quite challenging considering the variety of plant life and decorative features you would want to incorporate in one. It doesn’t take an expert to know that gardening isn’t just about keeping your plant life healthy–but also, you’d want it to draw attention. You want to make use of different textures and colors that perfectly complement each other, and it’s quite hard to pull this off if you have limited space.
With this in mind, we present Stuart Craine’s Chelsea garden, the winner of Society of Garden Designers 2015 Best Pocket Garden Award. It’s definitely a winner in our book too. This pocket garden is very sophisticated in its own simplicity and makes sense of the saying, “Less is more.” Picture-perfect in every angle, it is blessed with brilliant use of texture and color and enriched with year-round plant life sustained by great natural conditions. The white flowers that grace the wall of wooden slats add a touch of romance to the atmosphere. It is also built with an outdoor centerpiece and a wooden bench, which makes it a great place to get cozy in the late evenings.