Japanese and other great garden inspiration

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DIY - gravel and square pavers . . . fairly easy and quick way to get extended patio or walkway area.

Nose Residence: Landscapes for Small Spaces: Japanese Courtyard Gardens, by Katsuhiko Mizuno

Landscapes for Small Spaces: Japanese Courtyard Gardens

Nose Residence: Landscapes for Small Spaces: Japanese Courtyard Gardens, by Katsuhiko Mizuno

Beautiful!

06-16 宝泉院:鶴亀庭園 百寺百景ギャラリー

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Shrubs That Grow Well in Shade

Transforming a side yard from Blah to Beautiful - Harmony in the Garden

Shrubs That Grow Well in Shade

Portland japanese garden~ Been there, oh so lovely

Even more garden styles | The Impatient Gardener

Last week we looked at three kinds of gardens: modern, formal and cottage. Of course there are many other kinds, but I’m going to try to cover them in one fell swoop, rather than individually. N A T I V E G A R D E N S Contemporary Landscape by San Leandro Landscape Architects & Designers Urban Botanics […]

A pine tree is one of most famous plants in Japanese garden, but it is necessary to leave its maintenance in the charge of some special gardeners. Description from sukiya-japan.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Japanese Garden & Courtyard Garden in SUKIYA-japan

We, Sukiya-japan produce tea house, Kyo-Machiya, Ko-Minka and Sukiya architecture mainly. Japanese traditional gardens and courtyard Gardens are introduced in this page.

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Sina Visitor System

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Kakegawa Castle's Teahouse Garden

Kakegawa Castle, strategically located along the old Tōkaidō Road in Shizuoka prefecture, is in the heart of one of Japan’s best tea cultivation centers. The peaceful atmosphere that prevails through the area wasn’t always so. Shizuoka prefecture used to be formally a part of Tōtōmi province, in a region known as the Enshū area, which was hotly contested by various warlords during Japan’s Sengoku warring states period that lasted from roughly 1477-1600. The first castle on the site of the…

The Best Gardens in Japan "Beautiful transitions."

Adachi – The Best Gardens in Japan

Jardin japonais

Jardin japonais

Stone walkway & river stones, Portland Japanese Garden strolling garden. © Chris Bidleman Photography

Stone path leads to well and lantern in Portland Japanese Garden | Chris Bidleman Photography

Stone walkway with river stones leads to well in Portland Japanese Garden strolling garden. Lantern seen in background amoung trees and rhododendrons and azaleas.

Notes from a Virginia Country House

Japanese garden - Japanese maple trees are green in the summer and turn colour later

Japanese garden

Please no group invites or large graphics ~ thanks! The Japanese Garden was created in the beginning of the 20th century by the former owner of the country estate of Clingendael, Marguérite M. Baroness van Brienen (1871-1939), also called Lady Daisy. Lady Daisy sailed off a number of times by ship to Japan and brought back to the Netherlands a number of lanterns, a water cask, sculptures, the pavilion, the little bridges and several plants. The original design with the serene pond…