Thanks for stopping by our Making aJapanese garden blog.
We have a free podcast that is published every 3 or 4 weeks on all sorts of aspects of Japanese gardensand Japanese gardening at home in a garden or yard.
So, if you are excited about the idea of making a Japanese gardenspace at home with beautifully manicured plants, shrubs and trees…maybe some running water, stone lanterns and perhaps a ‘dry’ garden in more of a Zen style then we think you will find our FREE Japanese garden podcastpretty helpful!
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Boundaries are very important in a Japanese garden or a Zen style garden and this edition of the podcast is all about the importance of boundaries in a Japanese garden – essential to distinguish the garden itself from the outside world.
Take a listen here….
To get more help, ideas, tips and practical examples on how you can easily and quickly create a stunning Japanese garden spaceat home please take a look at The Express Japanese Garden Club.
Making a Japanese garden is not as complicated as you may think IF you have the basic knowledge. We are often asked to recommend HELPFUL and HIGH QUALITY books that make the art of Japanese gardening simpler to understand and apply to your Japanese garden space at home – even if you haven’t started yet and your little piece of the Orient is still a dream!
Here are 3 books that we thoroughly recommend to you …take a look!
All 3 books provide invaluable information for anyone who wants to make a Japanese garden and some go into more detail than others. This means you can design a Japanese garden as authentically as you wish or just keep things simple and have a less complicated Japanese garden.
The Japanese Garden Club is the only online website that gives you everything that you could possibly need and want to have your own small Japanese style garden and you can find out all about it by CLICKING HERE
David M Cobb is perhaps the world’s most famous photgrapher of Japanese gardens. He lectures, has written books and is the ‘go to’ guy for pictures of Japanese gardens.
If you haven’t seen David’s unique talent then take a look at this BLOG entry – he has been out and about photographing a Japanese gardens in Spring – one of the most magical times of the year to do so. Greener foliage, Cherry blossom and a garden that bursts into life.
A Japanese garden is designed to reflect ALL of the seasons equally but springtime is when we turn our thoughts to summer and warmer weather after what may have been a cold hard winter.
The picture you can see above is one of David’s of the Japanese Friendship garden in Phoenix Arizona in the United States.Enjoy!
David’s images will hopefully inspire you to think about having your own Japanese garden in a small space! It’s a lot easier than you may think and our free book ’11 Simple Ways To Turn Your Garden Japanese’will show you exactly how and give you lots of inspiration too – for making a Japanese garden.
We publish helpful and informative artilcles on Japanese Gardensand Zen Gardensfor people to learn from. Here is our selection of articles that we publish through Ezinearticles.com. Simply click on the ARTICLE HEADLINE in BLUE within the box to find the resource that you would like to read. Enjoy!
Creating a Japanese garden does take a little knowledge and an equal measure of inspiration too!
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