A long narrow garden in Hastings, East Sussex. The garden needed to be low maintenance with a minimal plant palette. Stipa tenuissima, Echinops, Geum, Sanguisorba, Alliums, Miscanthus, sedum and lavender. The boardwalk-style pathway compensates for the sloped garden and connects with the ‘chunky’ decking next to the house. The boardwalk path leads to two raised vegetable planters, shed and compost area. One planter is for growing beans that also camouflages the tin shed. The other is a large raised planter to make gardening easier. Oak timbers were used for the planters and chunky treated timbers for the boardwalk. The fence along the path is painted black which is an excellent backdrop for the plants.