Faced with a situation like this, you could bemoan your lot. Or you could do what Moore did and embrace its limitations. Sure, a small garden has built-in restrictions, but there are also rewards.
Small makes it possible-as well as necessary-to think out every inch and detail. Which is just what Moore did. With research, planning, and care, she managed to squeeze into her minigarden three seating areas, a dining alcove, and a small water feature, not to mention a rich assortment of plants and a wealth of charm. Walking into this little polished space is like opening a locket and finding a miniature landscape inside. Small, yes, but perfect in every detail.