A garden doesn't need scale for impact. It doesn't it need material variety, diversity, density, color, or even plants, when you get down to it.
Openness has its own rewards.
We respond to plants. Even if it's only one.
A space for thought:
Below: Trees through the tables and shrubs over the shoulder.
A micro forest behind glass: Plenty to get lost inside.
Architect Quincy Jones understood:
San Francisco based garden designer Andrea Cochran is known for doing much with little.
A garden on the edges of the Americano restaurant in Chelsea, New York: