Invasive Species: shaping the landscape at Cannon Hall Museum, Park and gardens (2021) explores ideas around how relationships are shaped between plant life, humanity and control, to maintain the delicate balance between order and disorder and how this may be reflected in garden design history. The work reflects on our shifting relationship with plantlife, responding to the forms and colours of poisonous flowers placed within the delicate planting within the walls of the kitchen gardens. Other work responds to the swollen form of succulents and is placed with the large succulents and cacti in one of the kitchen gardens greenhouse.