Pages tagged with Japanese Garden

According to some of the gardener websites, there are three basic designs of Japanese garden, which are Hill and Pond, Flat Gardens and Tea Gardens. You may want to know each type and how you can design with the one that you want.
A Possessed Game pummeling the windows and roof, but why did the screen on my DSi go go black, too? Everything was silent except for the wind howling making my spirit feel melancholy, longing for someone to console it. My DSi screen lit up again. I might as well play it until the powe...
Surrounded by numerous volcanoes, making Japanese scientists concluded that Japan or the "SAKURA" homeland country as world wide known that is going to disappear in the next of XXII century.
A small guide on how to feed your bonsai plant appropriately.
This is another true tale from my past, I cannot believe this actually happened myself until I look at all the faxes, photo's and letters I saved regarding this trip, this whole thing actually spooked my companion Michelle.
Set in 20 acres of rugged Highland landscape, Attadale is an award winning garden, growing plants and attracting visitors from around the world. Read on to find out more about why this is the best garden in Scotland.* In part 3, we continue our walk around Attadale and visit the Vict...
Set in 20 acres of rugged Highland landscape, Attadale is an award winning garden, growing plants and attracting visitors from around the world. Read on to find out more about why this is the best garden in Scotland.* In part 2 I will begin to take you on a guided walk around the ga...
Set in 20 acres of rugged Highland landscape, Attadale is an award winning garden, growing plants and attracting visitors from around the world. Read on to find out more about why this is the best garden in Scotland.* In part 1, I will talk about the location and history of this wond...
Set in 20 acres of rugged Highland landscape, Attadale is an award winning garden, growing plants and attracting visitors from around the world. Read on to find out more about why this is the best garden in Scotland* In Part 4, we go to the Fern Garden and the working Kitchen Garden...
“Have you heard of Water fountain with Japanese culture”? Here are some tips to build your own garden fountain with style from the online sources and from my article. These fountains add excellence and uniqueness to the water gardens, shishi Odoshi.
A walk in the Japanese Garden gives visitors the impression of the Japanese culture and visitors feel they are in Japan instead of Belgium. It is lovely and everyone will enjoy a walk in the largest Japanese Garden of Europe.
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