Stones and Rocks in a Japanese garden are a principle ingredient whether they are included in one of the many Japanese garden styles or a Zen style garden more popularly referred to as a Japanese Rock Garden. But, did you know that there are types of ‘Bad’ stones that should never be used in a Japanese garden?
Well, there are! They can be put into essentially 3 categories:
1)The Diseased Stone– these are withered stones or maybe have a misshapen top
2)The Dead Stone-this is stone that is obviously a vertical one used as a horizontal one, or vice versa.
3)The Pauper Stone-this is a stone that has no connection to the other stones in the garden.
When going ahead making a Japanese garden a little knowledge can really help. Like anything a simple explanation helps you get the results that you need . I’m guessing that the idea of a Japanese garden in your yard or garden – a place of serenity and calm at one with nature – appeals to you?
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