“Cyberflorae” is a record of the garden which I envisioned as a botanical garden. It was then designed, dug and planted by myself, as it was a landscape which I knew I would photograph as it matured.

This biodynamic garden contained many flowering plants interspersed with conifers, ferns, shrubs and flowering trees, surrounding a small lawn of soft emerald grass of a variety used in putting greens. The lawn and garden beds were accented by a large rock and were lined with paths of reclaimed soft red brick and sandstone pathways curving through the space.

I designed the garden as a sculpture in the round so that the aesthetic was visible from any angle for the human visitor. The myriad of visiting bees and other pollinators just knew a good meal when they saw it.