The central artwork, taking the form of an Islamic star, acts as a guide to the exploration of the gardens. Seven points of the star lead to seven non-native trees, planted by British colonisers.
At each of these trees a marble stool offers a place for rest and contemplation.
We ran block printing workshops at a Christian girls school in the north of the city. 60 children took part, printing banners on fabric from Pakistan and Scotland. These banners would be used to further decorate Bagh-e- Jinnah during the opening of the artwork .