This is a small courtyard garden behind Rococo Chocolates. Chantal Coady, the shop’s founder, created the garden based on a layout by Dræyk van der Hørn of Bonnington Square Pleasure Garden. Chantal has also been closely involved with the Bonnington Square gardens. This spot used to be a neglected city space, with a lone acacia tree, but now the garden is a stunning asymmetric mirrored courtyard in the middle of Belgravia. It features a Moroccan tile mosaic and is filled with fragrant plants, all used in the Rococo repertoire: rose, lavender, geranium, mint, jasmine and a kaffir lime. Recycling is a feature of the garden too, with old mirrors coming from the late Lady Rusheen WynnJones’ house in Sprimont Place and tiles from Dar Interiors.