tisdag 14 augusti 2012

En av de mest omtalade

This picture was taken in one of the most famous gardens in Sweden.

Ulla Molin tried to build green outdoor space in small gardens where simple plant and color combinations create harmony and balance.
An important point was to blur the line between indoors and outdoors, another to create small, well-defined spaces.
She worked extensively with groundcover instead of lawns.
Lot of form and figure by cutting Taxus.
The inspiration came from Japan and Denmark, and from garden creators like Gertrude Jekyll and Vita Sackville-West.
Today the garden is memory labeled and the new owners is obligated to carefully keep the garden as she used to, with just small adjustments it necessary.
Ulla Molin's garden is still one of Sweden's most renowned gardens.

1 kommentar:

  1. What a beautiful photo!! I would not want to take on the upkeep of a garden that famous!! So glad someone feels up to the challenge, though!