Inner Sanctum

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Inspired by a 12th-century Italian mathematician, and the Fibonacci number sequence named after him, this garden is all about elements that incorporate the sequence. It appears in the arbour, water feature, curvature of the path, line of the boundary and planting proportions.

The planting palette includes soft, cool blues, purples, whites and creams with accent plants in contrasting tones. Aromatic and culinary plants provide delicate foliage and a light scent. Height and structure is added by the tree, which also brings dappled light to the space.

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