Japanese Garden is considered High Art. It is a celebration of the senses, a marriage of art and nature. Dating back to the 7th century, the creator utilizes a unique combination of rocks, water, sand, paths, stepping stones, and prized plants to craft a setting of absolute tranquility. It embraces paths
Japanese Garden working in tandem with an enlightened client with a true vision. Viewed from a dozen different access points, it is a landscape in motion with each view even more spectacular than the last! The gentle bubbling of the water, the scent of the green plants and the contrast of hardscapes and
Honestly, if we could just get one or two "boulders" into that Japanese garden area and we did this, we would be golden, too.