Atrium garden in Celje
By renovation of the very small atrium garden, the owners decided to pave the floor and covering the half of the available surface. The result was narrow and long raised bed which was separated from the terrace by a low wall. The client wanted a lot of flowers with a little grassy atmosphere and a small tree.
Although this is a less favorable solution in terms of space, at the end of the border the customer already provided a paved bench space. In this part, I envisioned a multi-stem lower variety of slug pear. As the wall in one part crashes into the terrace in a semicircular way, I used this design for the basic shape, which is a circle of low-sheared yew. This form and the plant is repeated three times in the same shape, only in different dimensions, and balances the softness of perennials while also providing a winter feature.