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Shisen-do temple, Kyoto, Japan - like the overhang and the tight boardwalk - achievable look with cement

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Situated in Takamatsu, Ritsurin Park - Ritsurin Garden (lit. chestnut grove garden) is one of the most beautiful and most famous historical gardens in Japan.

8 Elements To Include When Designing Your Zen Garden // Succulents -- Plant life connects you to nature and aids in the process of relaxation. Including low maintenance plants, like succulents, in your zen garden helps create feelings of calmness and serenity.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

8 Elements To Include When Designing Your Zen Garden // Succulents -- Plant life connects you to nature and aids in the process of relaxation. Including low maintenance plants, like succulents, in your zen garden helps create feelings of calmness and sere

wow love this contemporary indoor garden! stunning reflection of lights and planting in the dark dyed water feature

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

What do you think of this small garden space? T.Stuart-Smith’s Moon Garden at London’s Connaught hotel. -The LA Team

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

PERFECTION - Stone basin & Japanese maple in autumn foliage, Ritsurin Park, Takamatsu, Japan. A great starter pond

Zen garden,Kyoto - The Zen garden has 3 features, the sky, the land and the water. The water is sometimes represented by pebbles which are raked into ripple effects. the stones are the islands (the land) and the trees represent the sky or heavens. The gar

Kyoto - Zen garden has 3 features, the sky, the land and the water. The water is represented by raked pebbles in ripples. Stones are the islands (land) and trees represent the sky or heaven. The gardens are quiet for contemplation

Ring, Manjushri (Wenzhu) Monastery, Chengdu, Sichuan.

I had the pleasure of visiting Chengdu during my time in China. I am just in love with the gardens and architecture of Asia.

Rocks in a Japanese Zen garden represent islands, mountains, or other land mass. They symbolize calmness and mindfulness.

thekimonogallery: “ Rocks in a Japanese Zen garden represent islands, mountains, or other land mass. They symbolize calmness and mindfulness.

Sand imitates water flow. So peaceful!

So peaceful! Oriental gardens must have 3 elements symbolizing heaven, earth (and man) and water. The rock represents earth (island), the ripples represent water, and usually a tree represents heaven (higher than the other two elements) So I was taught.

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