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    • Llewellyn Landscape & Garden Design

      Kenroku-en Gardens in Kanazawa, Japan (by Lillakanarie) / repinned by Llewellyn Landscape & Garden Design | creative design for the landscape of your dreams

    • Beatris Stoeva

      Japanese garden ... Heaven is a place worth living .... i can literary smell the cherry blossom tree from the desktop ...

    • Corey Irwin | Cooking with Corey

      'Kenrokuen-Kikusakura (兼六園菊桜),' (Kenroku-en Garden), Hirosaka 2 Chōme, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa Prefecture, Hokuriku region, Japan | Lillakanarie, on Flickr. Photographer wrote: "Kikusakura trees are sort of like cherry blossoms. They have about 100-200 petals per blossom. Kenroku-en is considered one of the three great gardens of Japan." Ahhhhh, complete serenity. #japanese #gardens

    • Taryn Jayne

      Japanese garden - would love to go there just to see the cherry blossoms

    • An Smith

      so beautiful and serene... // Great Gardens Ideas //

    • Corey Irwin | Cooking with Corey

      A Japanese garden. Ahhhhh, complete serenity....

    • Freja Drost

      Japanese garden. Makes me feel safe

    • Karin Lourens

      Beautiful garden

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