The brief was to breathe new life into a defunct walled kitchen garden in County Limerick, Ireland. The aim was to create ornamental areas including a pretty orchard with wild flowers and bulbs; separate hedged garden rooms; a herbaceous border; and a paeony and rose border. She divided the garden with a central axis – a run of rose and clematis covered wrought iron arches made by a local blacksmith. The garden also includes vegetable and cut flower areas and places for sitting in the sun. The high stone walls have been planted with climbers, a walk of wall-trained Japanese quince, and espaliered fruit trees. This project is on-going.