Erskine Hospital Centenary Garden
Matt was commissioned to design a garden within the grounds to mark 'A Centenary of Care' 1916 to date. The garden was designed for quite reflection, and a location selected within an existing clearing in a woodland setting. The garden includes a circular mirror pond at its centre, a seating area backed by a woven hazel screen, looking through a Moon Gate.
The planting pallet responds to the setting within a woodland clearing and includes evergreen ground cover, white flowering herbaceous planting with a predominance of ferns, contained within a beech hedge. New tree planting includes a Hornbeam to replace the standing beech stump.
The circular mirror pond has been constructed from galvanised mild steel edging formed to a 4-metre radius, set on a concrete base. The mirror pond is raised slightly above the surrounding ground level and edged with reclaimed slate.
Photography by Alexander Adair Photography
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