More Things To Discover About Japanese Gardens

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Hope you are having a peaceful weekend and thanks for reading my Japanese gardens blog.

Here are some more things that make up the theory and the physical sides of Japanese gardens…

A flowering Cherry tree symbolises the change of seasons

A specific ‘cliuster’ of 3 stones in a Japanese garden signifies the ‘Holy trinity’ of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha

A hand basin-usually made of stone- is used as part of religious tradition in Japanese gardens

‘Space’ useage is fundamental in the design of the garden

Mounds symbolise mountains

There are SO many different aspects of Japanese and Zen gardens, you will find them fascinating and very very logical. Learn everything about ‘Japanese gardens’ by reading my NEW manual at :

Enjoy your restful weekend and don’t forget any questions or suggestions that you may have …please e mail me or place a post for other readers of my blog to enjoy!


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