This concept for a 9m x 3m show garden was designed for a grasslands charity. The aim was to draw attention to the diversity of plant species that meadows are comprised of and that grasslands can differ depending on the soil type. This is achieved by dividing the plot into two with acid species one side and alkaline the other. Key species are elevated above the sward, drawing attention to them as individuals and making them easier to view. In addition to this, in a non-depressing way, we also wanted to tell the story of grassland species decline caused by the increase in soil nutrient level. The two dipping walls separate the garden represent two lines of a graph, one showing species decline the other the increase in soil nutrients. Benches and the lower ends allude further to the loss of species.