Creating Japanese Gardens
  • Create A Japanese Garden In A Small Space At Your Home

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    http://www.turnyourgardenja... If you want to learn how to create a Japanese garden in a small space at your home in the garden or yard then read my book '11 Simple Ways To Turn Your Garden Japanese' . Featuring 11 ways to be inspired and achieve your goal of a Japanese garden space at your home whatever the size you have available.
    My methods won't break the bank and maintenance is simple! There are lots more ways to turn your garden Japanese in the book but they fall into 11 specific areas of Japanese gardening.
    For many years I have studied and learnt about the fascinating subject of Japanese gardens and it is their simple beauty and calming atmosphere that enchant people all over the world. There are five main types of Japanese gardens with history that dated back hundreds of years. The earliest Japanese gardens were introduced from China and over time they developed a style all of their own linking nature and in some cases religion together.
    Japanese rock gardens or Zen gardens as they are more popularly know are simple, striking to look at and meaningful. It is these gardens that have large rocks or stones with swirled gravel simulating the sea or a large body of water.
    Japanese garden ideas for landscaping are plentiful and then important thing to remember is that these styles of gardens are nearly always in miniature.
    This makes them ideal for the home or even indoors as they take up comparitively little space and as a result won't put a serious dent in your bank account along the way.
    To start your own Japanese garden you will need the basics , a piece of A4 paper and a good imagination to create your own small space garden at home. My book will inspire you and help you to make it a lot easier than you think.Please subscribe to my channel for more helpful and inspiring videos on Japanese gardens. Show less
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