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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
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Atherton Japanese Garden
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Planning a japanese garden in a tiny city yard. Need a Focal point ..I love that lantern
It is a Japanese stone lantern style called 'Kotoji'. Lanterns were used historically to light the grounds of Buddhist temples but now mostly as ormanments. There
The tree is a Japanese Black Pine or Pinus thunbergii. This tree is over 40 years old and would normally be over 30 ft. tall, but it has been bonsai trained and pruned
readily available in Northern California. They were hand selected and placed to complement one another as well as overall composition within the garden. The small rocks or gravel is called "Pami Pebble" composed of small 3/4-1/2" diameter rounded gravel of various colors.
yourself to Kyoto by going for Japanese style in your garden. While Japanese gardens appear to be minimal and simple, every rock, sculpture, plant and path has been placed with great care. These elements inspire calm meditation when you're sitting and looking out at the garden and provide a very specific
“Asian” — George Trujillo
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks24,879
Questions8
imagine that this idea would work - but you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps couple of plants
Japanese garden/water feature for new house
so beautiful -- miniature asian garden
small japanese garden and rock water bowls
Zen gardens are designed to create a stripped-down awareness of thought.
In rock gardens. Rock gardens are unique growing environments, and not all plants will appreciate the arid conditions. In addition to alpine plants, there are some ground covers that flourish in these conditions and can create
create interesting, low-maintenance and miniature gardens. Knawel cushion (Scleranthus biflorus, zones 9 to 11) is a truly fascinating specimen that will likely become a feature in your rock garden. This slow growing, mound-forming plant provides a dense carpet of green foliage that will slowly creep over
“hmm” — Garrett Myers
Whipple Russell Architects
Laurel Way
Ideabooks4,926
Questions4
Tranquility zen garden - use of space
Zen garden for side of house
ADD SOME SCULPTURED ELEMENTS TO THE GARDEN TO BRING SOME FORMALITY BEAUTIFULLY
Zen garden hidden away in the shade
Create a tranquil Japanese-style garden under your outdoor staircase. Guests will get a surprise when looking down and will no doubt want to get a closer look.
“green....” — Alta Botha
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Ideabooks2,364
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I need a boulder in my garden
the garden is absolutely beatiful. I like culturally relevant
goergous japanese inspired garden
Home/garden interaction
Japanese maples and lower plants
garden walkway and plantings
lovely oriental type garden
beautiful Japanese garden
Wonderful shady landscape w/Japanese maples.
Great garden...Japanese garden 1...Japanese maples...Zen garden...garden n deck...Japanese Garden...The Japanese tree...garden ideas...layered garden...Rock garden...The target garden...Japanese landscape
“jardin” — jmllanesc
Urban Jobe Architecture
Courtyard
Ideabooks30,815
Questions11
another classic Japanese garden. This one has the standard design elements — gravel, water, accent tree — but with a contemporary twist. Rather than a natural-looking pond and a soft-edge gravel patio, usually the hallmarks of a Japanese garden, straight edges border the tiered water feature and patio.The
furniture has a modern look, with the extended benches and not-quite-nature-inspired green. But the end result is just as peaceful as a traditional Japanese garden.
bones of the garden. The designers of yesteryear used paving, walls, pergolas and rills to create these bones. Today we are more likely to use decking, gravel and raised beds. In this yard the strong blocks of gravel and the formal water feature hold the design together.
“Zen Garden” — andnf
Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
Ideabooks4,871
Questions1
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
Great way to separate garden areas, such as the veggie garden from the rest of the garden.
Out to the garden. Almost all free stuff
gate to Japanese garden
Japanese style side yard
contemporary gardens
Bio Friendly Gardens
side garden...Back water garden...Garden gate...Zen garden...My zen garden...Japanese garden...japenese garden...nice garden...Fuss free garden...garden entry
“high set irregular stone” — livbrak
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by Q. Le
Ideabooks1,707
Questions2
Where can I find a similar Japanese lantern?
train and years to be able to master the art. This tree could be over 20 years old! One could start to find sources for Bonsai training from local garden clubs, or try YouTube, Google, encyclopedias and bookstores. :)
Japanese maple and manicured lawns with rocks ans statues. Very reminiscent of a Japanese garden while maintaining a practical use of space
japanese maple, open lawn, asian sculpture
Zen. Japanese maple, pagoda, plants etc.
“modernist lines, use of wood” — seemag
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks2,925
Questions2
Depends on what overhangs it...This garden is in full sun --- it hasn't any overhanging trees. With wind, some Eucalyptus leaves and light branchlets fall within the walls; otherwise, only the leaf litter from the maples are generated there. The garden gets weekly maintenance, but it's light. Annual
Japanese garden .. Small and simple
Japanz maple x2 in garden setting
Love the potted trees! Love the moss, no grass to cut. Love the dry creek bed. This is my ideal garden yard.
like to create a zen garden to lead back to the pool
staggered along the bed can make quite an impact.Consider Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs, zones 5 to 8) or weeping and contorted trees to add that final layer of interest to your dry creek bed.More: Protect a Precious Resource With a Rain Garden
“Beautiful Japanese landscape” — Ritchie Frijas
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