Church Cloister Garden
St. Martin's Episcopal
The Cloister Garden was inspired by the cathedral gardens of the Middle Ages, where a garth or courtyard, open to the sky, was enclosed by the walls of the church and covered arcaded walkways of the cathedral’s monastic residential buildings. The quadrangle was designed as a place where monks could ambulate, pray and meditate while enjoying fresh air without leaving the monastery. The medieval inspired plan features a fountain set at the center of crossed paths dividing the garden into quadrants, each with a lawn pad and boxwood parterres accented with ornamental flower beds. The clipped fig ivy walls accentuate the arcade of pointed gothic arches continuing the medieval spirit of the church.
Comprehensive Design, Project Management, Planting, Custom Limestone Benches, Limestone Fountain, Concrete & Masonry, Topiary & Hedge Installation, Drainage & Irrigation