A garden inspired by the upland meadows of the Cerdanya in the Pyrenees and its almost-vanished varieties of fruit trees. Visual interest is sustained by the continuous variation in the meadows’ color which changes each time they are mowed. Depending on the season, they are more or less green. The garden is structured by the arrangement of the fruit trees – pear, plum and walnut – as well as the perennials in the flower beds: sedums, buddleia, perovskia (Russian sage) and salvias. The property is ringed by white birch and poplar, tall trees that rise above the house to provide privacy.