Thanks for reading my Japanese gardens blog- it’s the biggest on the internet whcih makes me happy.
Regular readers will know that I like to spread the word about Japanese gardens around the world and I love to reccomend ones that you should try and visit.
Today try Texas, the lone star state. I love this US state and was fairly recently in Dallas and went to Southfork to do the whole Dallas TV show thing and whilst posing for a photo outside the ranch was bitten by a horse!!!! And you thought JR was dangerous.
I digress, but do try and visit the Fort Worth Botanical gardens in Texas. They are magnificent and I really enjoyed my visit.
The Japanese garden is of particular interest to us as enthusiasts. It was established in 1970 and is 7 acres in size, which for a Japanese garden is pretty big.
It has 3 Koi ponds, waterfalls, Japanese bridges, a teahouse, Pagoda, pavillions and a very peaceful meditation garden!
Go visit you will love it!