Japanese garden books
David M Cobb is the world’s foremost photgrapher of Japanese gardens. It’s what he does and he’s very famous for it.
If you haven’t experienced David’s unique talent then take a look at this BLOG entry – he has been out and about photographing a Japanese garden in Spring – one of the most magical times of the year to do so. Enjoy!
David’s images will hopefully inspire you to think about having your own Japanese garden in a small space! It’s a lot easier than you may think and our free book ’11 Simple Ways To Turn Your Garden Japanese’ will show you exactly how and give you lots of inspiration too!
Hi thanks for stopping by my blog for folks interested in Japanese gardens at home – whatever the size of yard or garden that you have! Anything is possible and most certainly doable!
I have recently set up a podcast – an audio kind of newsletter and tutorial to listen to – for making a Japanese garden and it is here – click on the link below :
This is first episode and I plan to do one podcast at least per month. I will post the links on this site so please comback and grab them over the next few weeks and months. The first ‘Turn Your Garden Japanese’ podcast will be on the subject of plants to use in a Japanese garden, bamboo and Acers and Maples – all ingredients that are perfect for a small Japanese garden at home. Like this one for example:
For a copy of our free Japanese garden design book please CLICK HERE – enter your email and we will send it to you straight away ABSOLUTELY FREE
Thanks for visiting my Japanese gardens Blog and thanks also for your continued interactivity. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with comments and queries. Joanne Marshall from California sent me a mail asking if Japanese gardens are indeed totally original?
The answer is not as simple as it may seem but scholars and Japanese garden history does suggest that the idea and designs of Japanese gardens were infact imported as an idea, and copied into Japan following the opening of ‘relations’ between China and Japan around 607 AD . There are records of special gardens in China from as early as 140 BC. these things have been around for a long while, and, because of enthusiasts all over the world will be around for a good deal of time to come!!
If you would like to share your knowledge and experience with my readers please get in touch and I will give you a forum via this Blog.
For more information about Japanese Gardens take a look at my FREE book ’11
Simple Ways To Turn Your Garden Japanese” at www.turnyourgardenjapanese.com – it is available at Amazon’s Kindle service but as a visitor to my website you can get it absolutely FREE.
Bye for now.
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