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Photo of an asian landscaping in Baltimore.

Darnestown Project

Asian Landscape, Baltimore

The solid stone "moon gate" is the primary entry to the garden. It frames the pagoda style pavilion and the "good karma" boulder. Our masons hand chiseled each stone on site and set the stone against a wooden arched form to ensure consistency of the arc.
Photo of an asian landscaping in Baltimore. - Houzz

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Hillside Nurseries wrote:October 2, 2013
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    McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
    It's about 6'8" from the ground to the bottom of the stone overhead. The moongate walls are about 18 inches thick, so the total height is about 8'2"
  • tunay
    Will this structure survive an earthquake? I'd like to suggest to my sister in the Philippines to build something like this at her garden in her newly built retirement home not too far from Manila. Her nickname begins with letter "O". Very impressive landscape.
What Houzz contributors are saying
Janet Dunn added this to Charmed Circles: Bring Serenity to Your Garden With a Moon GateJuly 18, 2017

The Rise of the Moon Gate Moon gates go back thousands of years to the gardens of Chinese emperors and other nobility....

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jcasabeer added this to Tiny HouseNovember 16, 2019

Roof of gazebo

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