If you have a Japanese garden, you have probably used lots of traditional landscaping methods in order to make it look nice. Although there is certainly nothing wrong with following tradition when it comes to creating a Japanese garden, however, it is always a good idea to try new and modern techniques when decorating your garden. If you do, you will be giving it a nice twist that will make it feel truly like your » Continue Reading

June 8th, 2013 at 12:00 am | Comments Off | Permalink

The island nation of Japan is famous for its traditional gardens. Fortunately, Japanese gardens are stunning pieces of the Orient that anyone can have in their back yard. Here’s how you can do it from scratch.

Pick a Location

Start by finding a suitable location in your yard. It doesn’t have to be level or in full, direct sunlight. Many of the plants used in Japanese gardens tolerate low light well and are ideal for growing on slopes and in dips. They’re also fantastic to add around ponds.Is this new to you? Catch up < » Continue Reading

Your home deserves to be as beautiful as it can possibly be. When you have a Japanese garden, it is easy to relax and enjoy the natural elements that have been added to this particular space. If you are new to gardening or the Japanese culture, it is best to start off by making a small garden that has a tiny pond or bonsai trees that are easy for a beginner to care for. This ensures that the garden looks great all the time and that you do not have » Continue Reading

June 4th, 2013 at 12:00 am | Comments Off | Permalink

A Japanese garden can be a beautiful addition to your landscaping, but it will only look good if it is healthy and well cared for. Luckily, Japanese gardens are relatively easy to care for, but there are a few things that you should do in order to keep your garden in tip-top shape.

For instance, you should never neglect your garden; otherwise, what might seem like easy gardening tasks can become much more difficult, and your garden can get in worse condition than what is necessary. Instead, take the time to » Continue Reading

June 2nd, 2013 at 12:00 am | Comments Off | Permalink

Having a Japanese garden at home can truly be a beautiful thing. It is a great place to enjoy nature and all of the natural elements that you can find. You might have some small bonsai trees or a beautiful fish pond that you visit and care for each day. The one thing that you need to know about Japanese gardens is that they are only beautiful when they are well-kept. If you allow them to overgrow, you » Continue Reading

June 1st, 2013 at 12:00 am | Comments Off | Permalink