The magic parts of the garden would especially delight children, many adults who still have the joy of childhood dreams alive in their thoughts too!
The witches house, the tiny harbour and boats for the kerrigans and the fairies all such fun.
The tiny curtains of leaves like nature's bunting, the circle with the living willow and baby tears to encourage the energising forces that are in all cultures throughout history.
In the vegetable garden old watering cans lined the edges of the paths each one planted out with strawberries and nestling in straw. Each row of plants was marked out by a stick with a snail shell on its top - a fun and practical idea.
The rest of the garden was just full of surprises, beautiful flowers and sweet perfumes.
The insects and bees were provided for with a wonderful wall made up of lots of different sizes of wood, canes, hollow stems, straw and old terracotta pots.
Even the washing line had a magical feel -love the plant pots.
This was a little shelf inside a ruin that had been decorated with stones and shells, little pieces of mirror and other found objects.
Maybe in the future there will be more delights to be discovered in this ruin.