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Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
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Zen Garden
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This is a Japanese outdoor rock garden!
Love the idea of this but cats use it as litter box. :(
Japanese rock garden......beatiful and add options of variability ta an interiior space or an exterior
stone art idea w/ gravel or pebbles
Backyard w small stones I could rake into the labyrinth pattern
Like zen garden- how does this work in windy weather? Which area of the garden do we use? Like the idea that shadows are good at sun up and sun down.
relaxing Zen garden made by AguaFina Gardens International.
Circles emanate from a mound of rocks symbolizing mountains in a quiet Zen garden. The gravel has been hand-raked to suggest the ripples on the surface of water caused by a dropped stone. The circular lines intersect other raked lines, parallel
“garden art” — ronibarker
Garden Mentors
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A little piece of Asia
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have a small atrium and it has really nice filtered skylight, and it is fully indoors... I love this idea!
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
For a tight space, this is a great peaceful idea
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
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 the surrounding rocks. Make sure that
“Tropic house” — laurahelion
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
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Atherton Japanese Garden
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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.
whole garden together through different spaces
Japanese garden lantern as sculptural object
Such elegant simple beauty a Japanese garden is
for the garden. Pines can be challenging to keep small in the garden, because they don't respond well to regenerative pruning to bare wood, as many other species do. So once a pine has grown enough to fill in a space, gardeners use a technique called candle pruning to keep pines petite and neatly shaped
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 experience when you're walking through it.
“Love the stone path” — martybakes
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Modern Landscape
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a zen garden like this? I love this ok.
Zen garden next to water feature?
Chinese sand garden in master garden
the Zen gardens of Japan. The perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate gravel, raked into swirling patterns, are pure minimalism.Japanese gardens were created in the pursuit of spirital balance, but in the West this has become a garden style.
and a garden may be the prime spot for personal revival.
better idea about what is going on in your relationship than your closest friends?
“Incorporated into hardscaping of home” — Amalia Williams
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
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Like this, perhaps this can be incorporated in the garden
Serpentine paths allow a sense of mystery and discovery to be introduced into a garden. Strategically placed grasses, shrubs
into a garden. Strategically placed grasses, shrubs and small trees mask a clear view of the next leg of the journey. What’s around the bend?Notice how the garden shown here is filled with interesting shapes and textures, provided by both the plant palette and the stone. The gravel underfoot creates another
of the garden path. The traveler places emphasis on this part of the garden as he or she finds delight in the journey. These paths will seldom be straight. Sometimes the most memorable trips involve layovers rather than direct flights. Serpentine paths allow a sense of mystery and discovery to be introduced
“Pathways” — geckoweb
brucele
Bruce Le
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Transition of grass to river rock, small trees in design
it's an idea for a tea house
Rock garden and sitting srea
asian house and garden. beautiful.
Good idea for our garden!
emulate idea of separate room
Small, freestanding, private
Asian-inspired garden.
house idea...asian garden...Japanese garden...Small structure in...Front garden area...backyard idea...idea of a shack...corner garden...Rock garden...asian garden...garden fence...zen garden
“Mixed elements” — Steve Carlson
Bio Friendly Gardens
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
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anese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
veggie garden from the rest of the garden.
Great way to separate garden areas,
great idea, but fun pathways to get there are as well. Multicolored or oddly shaped pavers can be fun for kids to hope around on. Think rocks, stumps or pebbles to encourage a game of "avoid the lava." You can easily add these materials to a patch of grass or an existing slab.
“Nice for the side” — Carolyn Emmas
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
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Design of rover rocks in zen garden and size of small zen garden stones
Pelz created a low-maintenance garden, including a rock labyrinth, framed by a mix of Australian native and exotic plants. "The most successful natives are correas, grevilleas, casuarinas, westringias
nance garden, including a rock labyrinth, framed by a mix of Australian native and exotic plants. "The most successful natives are correas, grevilleas, casuarinas, westringias, hakeas," she says. "Many of the plants are those that thrive in Mediterranean climatic conditions — olives, rosemary, irises
from the garden store, and lay out a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search. Once your labyrinth is in place, walk it very slowly while focusing on your breath.
“Flat stones” — Amalia Williams
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