Cutting edge planting. Where?

Situated on a former American Army barracks, the recently created Sheridan Park is built around a long sinuous spine of paths, which split and rejoin like a braided river.  Each of the consequent ‘islands’ is then planted with a different style of naturalistic planting, some based on grasses, others on flowering perennials, and still others entirely with trees (in ways you’ve never seen trees used before!).

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