This very small, triangular garden in Virginia Park is an example of total space transformation. A once overgrown and overcrowded shady garden has now been changed into an elegant outdoor space. Hardwood decking, natural white sandstone and short raised beds are the dominant structures of this garden. A natural slate wall with a vertical cascade forms the dominant focal point while hiding a small shed in the far corner. Japanese maple and a natural stone ball in the raised beds are a feature of the garden. A sail shade, with its architectural form, provides partial shade for hot summer days. A range of climbers have been planted in the beds to help cover the high walls on the right.