The hard landscaping was granite from the last working quarry in Cornwall, into which were etched three criss-crossing rills, designed to mimic the rivulets found in sand as the sea recedes. The rills ran in to a swimming pool designed to look like a seaside rock pool and planted with oxygenators which look like seaweed.
In the foreground is Rhododendron yakushimanum - Koichiro Wada
The pots were designed to look like rock pools, and have been enamelled inside.
Hoblyn used a very muted colour scheme, mainly green and white, with hints of pink and blue.
Asplenium scolopendrium - Harts tongue fern (chosen because it reminded him of seaweed).
The wooden roof of the garden's pavillion - which housed a triptych of textile screens inspired by rock and seaweed patterns (below)