Gardens are an important part of a home. They should be based upon established creative principles. They provide relaxing and inspirational spaces.
Plants are used that are diverse in their geographical origin, texture and character but live and grow together to form a charming and cohesive community.
My objective at Kingswood School was the maintenance and development of KPS greenery, essential to preserve our natural heritage and promote diversity, and to inspire the children to take personal responsibility and to care for their natural environment. Combining
“Forest bathing” daily amount of nutrients – daily contact with the natural world. Making sure there was greenery for the children to touch, see, smell when walking around the campus.
I used plants diverse in their geographical origin, texture and character but co exist to form a community.