I hope you are all OK and are all staying safe during the pandemic. I have tried to keep you up to date with new products and developments via Facebook, so I hope you have enjoyed the daily posts.
We have had some time to create new products to reflect the time that we are living in – the birds of hope are now popping up in people front gardens to show thanks to our key workers.
Recently I asked if any of you would like to showcase your garden in this blog and show others how you use my sculptures in the garden/space. Many of you were keen, however first off the mark was Jorge – thank you Jorge for this fabulous opportunity for us to step into your garden….
Describe your garden in 5 words...
An Inner London English Garden.
So, where is the garden and what are its unique points?
Mercia Grove is one of the smallest Conservation Areas in the London Borough of Lewisham. A mirrored terrace of townhouses with 80m² gardens hidden just behind Lewisham Market.
How do you use my sculptures with in the garden?
My partner and I moved here in 2017 and we have focused on adding colour to our little plot and Paul’s sculpture add height and interest in the borders. Importantly, we’ve used the supports to compliment the plants and mark off the spaces where they will return after their winter break.
Which is your favourite sculpture of mine?
My favourite is the Echinacea deep love - it glows!
For more pictures and information you can visit Jorge’s Instagram page - @AGardenOnMerciaGrove
Sculptures featured –