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Asian
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Japanese garden - love outdoor retreat
Pagoda area...garden ideas
“Meditation center” — brbernst
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Kamen Tall Architects, PC
5 Reviews
Japanese Style House
Ideabooks166
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of engawas - Japanese porch. Almost every room walks directly out to the garden. Margaret Fox Photography
zen garden
“pagoda” — alohacottagegirl
Phi Ventures Ltd
Bale, Pergola
Ideabooks919
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Love this detailed beam in the garden.
Detail for pagoda...around garden.
“I want my beck to look like this. The details are gorgeous.” — debrabible
Treeline Designz
6 Reviews
Show gardens
Ideabooks789
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Show gardens...sand zen garden...Sand garden...love sand garden...Zen garden Meditation...Zen garden...small zen garden...side garden idea....of zen garden
“raking pattern” — akahit
Asian Landscape
Ideabooks3,469
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type garden...Zen garden...gardening ideas...circle garden...Japanese zen garden...Fairy garden ground cover
“omg, it's my yard!” — knocker
Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
1 Review
5609 Residence
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bonsai garden is a great option for a deck. The plants grow very slowly and look charming in a shelved display. The best part? This entire garden takes
slowly, and provide a low-maintenance garden option for busy city professionals.
4. Cultivate a hobbyA bonsai garden is a great option for a deck. The
slowly and look charming in a shelved display. The best part? This entire garden takes up only a metre or so.
“Bonsai setup Option” — moyopailath
brucele
by Q. Le
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Hello! I love your garden! May I feature some of your pictures in my landscaping
rees add value All gardens, even those the size of a postage stamp, look better
Like Japanese maple. Also--need to get better lantern. Rest of garden is meh (too traditional)
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
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 to your advantage
Trees add valueAll gardens, even those the size of a postage stamp, look better with a tree. Trees
“Maple Tree centre peice with Zen” — moyopailath
Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction
1 Review
stone path
Ideabooks831
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image in the midst of this peaceful garden. The contrast is profound.
I consider a garden path an essential. Perhaps leading to a little bench.
Well-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out
PathwaysWell-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or zigzag patterns, imply movement because they entice the eye with a sense
stepping-stones, creating a powerful image in the midst of this peaceful garden. The contrast is profound.
“Evergreens” — coniferqueen
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