Gardening, going Japanese!
Sunday, October 3, 2010 11:08:28 PM
Yes, it is, Japanese gardens is one of those that I admire most. The Japanese people do adore the beauty of nature, that is the environment in general, and to this effect combines their ability and wisdom to generate and portray spectacular beauty with a touch of human sensitivities.
In their gardens, their rich and vast culture and heritage are truly evident and in a way far more give life and breath.
Japanese gardens exist today as symbols of the many influences that have infiltrated Japanese culture; whether religious, or purely social, the typified characteristics of these beautiful gardens exist as a consequence of a dramatic cultural blend.
Now, I believe, gardening of this kind is part of grand home design in Japan, that is more functional for home shady, like Japanese Tea House garden. Wide gardening with complete plants, ornamental plants and perennials shade the house.
Thus, in Japan, as per observed by another avid fan, Japanese gardening style must be on every home in Japan. It makes a shade, health and beautiful home atmosphere.
History of Japanese Garden
Japanese Garden Gallery
William Corey Gallery