Adorable path and sitting area. Although, that Japanese maple is planted way too close to the fence. Better to get a very dwarf variety and grow it in a large pot.

Adorable path and sitting area. Although, that Japanese maple is planted way too close to the fence. Better to get a very dwarf variety and grow it in a large pot.

Mountain- love the combination of wood and plants to make something look like what you would see in a Japanese painting.

Mountain- love the combination of wood and plants to make something look like what you would see in a Japanese painting.

Japanese garden - love this.  I love waterfalls.  So to have one in the backyard would be super cool.

Japanese garden - love this. I love waterfalls. So to have one in the backyard would be super cool.

Japanese garden Nice small tsubo-niwa.  Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center.  More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless you're supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall & narrow, 1 low, long and large, and one low, round and small is standard, but having the round small one furthest back, and the tall one so far to the right instead of sort-of-but-not-actually centered between others are both unusual choices.

Japanese garden Nice small tsubo-niwa. Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center. More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless you're supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall & narrow, 1 low, long and large, and one low, round and small is standard, but having the round small one furthest back, and the tall one so far to the right instead of sort-of-but-not-actually centered between others are both unusual choices.

Daft and compact Japanese garden with Shoji Screens perfect for the contemporary home

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Japanese Gardens - Natural Landscaping, Gardening, and Landscape Design in the Catskills and Hudson Valley including Ulster County, Ellenville, New Paltz, Kingston, and Woodstock

Japanese Gardens - Natural Landscaping, Gardening, and Landscape Design in the Catskills and Hudson Valley including Ulster County, Ellenville, New Paltz, Kingston, and Woodstock

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A few simple elements are all it takes to bring a bit of Japanese Tea Garden to your design. Natural or understated hardscaping, limited palette and negative space accented by only one focal point from any particular view will achieve this.

A few simple elements are all it takes to bring a bit of Japanese Tea Garden to your design. Natural or understated hardscaping, limited palette and negative space accented by only one focal point from any particular view will achieve this.

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