The Japanese Gardens

The Japanese garden stands for harmony, calm and simple beauty. They are carefully and deliberately arranged through and through. Nothing is left to chance here.

The Japanese Gardens

The Japanese garden stands for harmony, calm and simple beauty. They are carefully and deliberately arranged through and through. Nothing is left to chance here.

Buildings, architecture and furniture play a bigger role than plants in the gardens of the Far East. This clearly distinguishes it from the European garden types.

Asia gardens are particularly effective with their carefully cut evergreen trees, bodies of water and finely raked paths.

The Japanese garden forms a miniature landscape with mostly gnarled ones Trees – often in bonsai shape – watercourses with bridges, stones and raked gravel surfaces. Everything is geared towards the pond. This is best round and is in the center of the garden. You should experience the garden from the most varied of perspectives, always discover new things. Flowers are largely avoided, instead flowering shrubs, ferns, grasses and hostas take their place.

The Japanese Gardens

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