Japanese gardens

I love visiting Japanese gardens. If we had the space and the cash we would definitely do some sort of zen gravel, koi pond, water element action in the backyard. I love all the shades of green. And the stones, and small wood walls and fences. We made a really neat trellis for the front of our house this past week. It's encouraging us to tackle some bigger yard projects. Or at least think about tackling some. Not the greatest Summer for gardening ventures. But is that maybe always the case? I'm always a little ready to throw in the towel by mid-Summer. The weather can be so uncooperative. 

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3 thoughts on “Japanese gardens

  1. LizA says:

    I have to wonder, would having all those things special to the Gardens make visiting them less special?
    OK, I hate yardwork and will use any excuse to get out of it!

  2. Marisa says:

    Beautiful photos. I’m with you. Japanese gardens are the best for wandering around and taking photos.
    We spent the day in San Francisco and it was freezing there. High of 60 degrees. Madness.

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