Thanks for reading my Japanese gardens blog once again. As promised yesterday here are some more famous, and well worth visiting!, Japanese gardens in North and South America.
Perhaps the biggest in South america can be found in Buenos Aires in Argentina, it is called ‘The Buenos Aires Japanese Garden’ and it has website at www.jardinjapones.org.ar/fundacion.htm .
In North America there are quite a few to interest you:
The Anderson Japanese Garden in Rockford. Illinois
The Chicago Botanic garden at Glencoe,Illinois
Fort Worth Japanese garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Fort Worth, Texas.
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at Long Beach state.
The Hakone gardens at Saratoga, California
The Huntington Garden at San Marino, California.
The Japanese Tea Garden at golden gate park, San Fransisco, California.
The Portland Japanese garden at Portland, Oregon.
The Japanese Friendship garden in Phoenix, Arizona.
Roji-en Japanese gardens at the Morikami museum and Japanese gardens at Delray beach, Florida.
The San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden at San Antonio, Texas.
The Seattle Japanese Garden at the Washington Park Arboretum, Kubota garden in Seattle , Washington.
and finally, Seiwa-en at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, Missouri.
If you would like to let myself and my blog readers know of any more please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a good day….and don’t forget to learn more …and i mean much more about Japanese and Zen Gardens got to: www.japzengardens.org.