Cyber Crime

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Aiming to raise awareness of the five simple steps that can be taken to help stay safe online, this garden’s design draws attention to the ‘five Cs’ – create, cover, confidentiality, click and connect. This method is used to combat cyber crime and the five Cs are represented throughout the garden and engraved on bespoke Corten steel structures.

The planting scheme illustrates cyber crime with the lighter tones representing crime prevention and the darker shades depicting crime being committed. Plants including deep red Dahlia ‘Arabian Night’ and fern Pteris umbrosa contrast against the steel structures. Two specimen Acer palmatum trees add height, movement, colour and texture.

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