Unfortunately, late afternoon wasn't the best time of day to photograph this garden, but there's still enough detail to see how cleverly a very narrow space has been planted.
A hedge on the left and a fence on the right leave just enough room for a narrow path and two long strips of predominantly foliage plants. At the far end, a rustic pergola supports a grapevine.
In another narrow space, a paved path leading to a back gate, the gardener ranked pots of assorted ferns alongside the garage, with vines draped above them.
One tiny garden still found nooks for two productive beehives,
a moustachioed statue,
...and this fabulous lily.
Where there was no room for anything but a narrow path, this gardener improvised with a novel window treatment.
Elsewhere, I liked these stepping stones,
...this seat enveloped in greenery,
...a delightful water tank, reminding me of Australia (the gardener is from New Zealand),
...and a lovely royal fern with a convex mirror hung above it to reflect the garden.