3 Japanese garden; pink star magnolia Asian Home Design Photos

Hanabie Design
4 Reviews
Monte Sereno
Japanese garden; pink star magnolia
Pink star magnolia
“Steps in a slope with no retaining wall” — alynn_miles
by Q. Le
Hello! I love your garden! May I feature some of your pictures in my landscaping website with a credit to you? The link is https://www.jardins-sans-secret
Is this Japanese maple tree for shade or for SUNY area?
Japanese garden for Oliver with maple trees
japanese garden, japanese maple tree
Love Japanese Maples. They are so colorful and have graceful lines.
flowering cherries, crabapple and other prunus, citrus, Cornus, Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’, Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’, Japanese maple (pictured), olive, silver birch, Magnolia stellata ‘Star magnolia’ and weeping pear.
Work with what you have. A Japanese garden is intended to replicate the natural world that surrounds it in a smaller space. If your space is flat, as here, create a small mound or two to add interest, but don’t try to turn is into a hillside garden. If, instead, your land is naturally sloped, use that
“Caramel Coral Bells” — mrexan
Leonard Design Associates
4 Reviews
A moongate set in a trellis provides the separation between a dining terrace and small garden beyond. A Leonard
The moon gate and cherry blossom truly epitomises Japanese horticultural beauty
Perhaps use in our Garden Bathroom area (to get to it from the back yard)
moon gate in garden
Like the look. Curious aboutwhat the tree with the pink blossoms are and also the red tree in the background
love this for the separation of the garden
“Stunning effect” — lieudit
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