When we purchased our current property, there were no gardens at all. Hubby built me a garden shed in the back complete with electricity and running water and we placed it sideways in the corner of the yard with the door facing our neighbour's yard. The small half moon bed facing the deck became a moon garden, inspired by the white gardens at Sissinghurst Castle.
Here it is quite a number of years ago. Since then, all the lawn has been removed around the garden and there is support once again for a white clematis to climb up the side of the shed. (the previous clematis was so vigorous it pulled the trellis off the shed right before our daughter's wedding photos in the yard)
The moon garden continues to bloom at different times with white flowers.
Phlox x carolina 'Miss Lingard' (above) flowers before the well know P. paniculata 'David' which is also in the garden. Unlike the paniculata varieties, 'Miss Lingard' has never had powdery mildew.
The daylily 'Joan Senior' was the only white available when I constructed this garden and she is still showing off every summer.
A fragrant white peony was on my list for plants and a friend on a nearby farm dug up some roots to share with me. Sadly, this woman passed away at a young age but her memory lives on every year with the unnamed variety I call 'Pat's peony'.
Campanula carpatica 'White Clips' is joined along the front of the border by annual white alyssum.
There are many other white flowers; some have died out or became too invasive since it's a small area.
My favourite addition was the sliver of moon that we attached to the shed above the garden. It recently received a fresh coat of silver paint and sparkles to start off the gardening season.
Lights were installed on either side to highlight the moon and reflect the white glow of the plants below on a starry summer night.