She spends a lot of time now in the garden painting exquisite watercolours. ?The garden gave me more of a visual approach to things,? she says. ?It opened me up. The colours come from the garden. I don?t have to be good, I don?t have to be anything.? Of course she?s just as good at watercolours as she is at gardening. And this collaborative team has created a garden that can only be described as a piece of modern art.
A corkscrew hazel?s twisted form makes a dramatic silhouette.