Japanese garden information
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!
Hear Our interview with David HERE
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!
Here at ‘Turn Your Garden Japanese’ Dot Com we have numerous resources to help you design, create and achieve your dream of a Japanese garden space at home. Our latest is a package, never available before,of interviews on various aspects of Japanese Garden.
Over 1 and a quarter hours of Premium Japanese Gardens Content from 4 experts who love the beauty, simplicity and meaning of every type of Japanese gardens. This kind of help and advice is pretty hard to find unless you want to pay a lot of money! CLICK HERE to find out more.
And because we realise that people like you are busy and on the go. We have put together a package of Japanese garden interviews that you can easily listen to that will give you a great understanding of what Japanese gardens ARE and HOW you can quickly start thinking about creating your own!
- Japanese Garden Design – Anna Barker Discusses One Japanese Garden Project From Start To Finish – We’ve Included a Before and After photo gallery of the project so you can appreciate just what is possible.
- Japanese Garden Maples & Acer’s – Patrick McDaid an expert on the subject gives invaluable tips on a variety of tree that most people see as essential in a Japanese garden.
- Japanese Garden History & Tips – From Jenny Feuerperil one of the planet’s leading experts on the meaning of Japanese gardens,their history and the various styles.
- Japanese Garden Photography – David M Cobb is acknowledged around the world as the best Japanese garden photographer. He has published many books of his work with Japanese gardens and shares his knowledge.
Don’t worry they are not hugely long but they are enormously enlightening and helpful. The TOTAL listening time is just over one and a quarter hours for ALL 4 interviews.You can listen on your laptop,PC, Smartphone or Tablet.
Visit our website to download in a couple of minutes AND we’ve added a fabulous free BONUS too! take a look CLICK HERE
Thanks for visiting my Japanese garden blog and I hope that you can enjoy a few minutes looking through the treasure trove of Japanese garden information on here.
I love them as much as you do and I have been writing about Japanese gardens for nearly 15 years. I wanted to write a book that would help people understand Japanese gardens and perhaps more importantly share ideas and tips for creating their own Japanese garden space at home no matter how much space they had available.
This is the book that I put together and I am certain that you will find it very useful.You can download it now by CLICKING HERE
Victor is a Japanese garden enthusiast but for health reasons is having to reassess his current situation.
He emailed us to inform us of his intention to probably sell his property. We will not publish his contact details but have them to hand for any interested parties. In Victor’s own words this is a ready made Japanese garden with mature trees ( all sourced from growers in Washington state) and is beautifully landscaped.
Take a look at some of the pictures that he sent us and get in touch if you would like to know more OR contact Victor.
Traditional pathways, a multitude of Japanese trees and shrubs and a Koi pond.
Here are a couple of pictures of Victor’s house:
Victor will be more than happy to tell interested parties more information.
Thanks for stopping by our Japanese garden blog.
We have a free podcast that is published every 3 or 4 weeks on all sorts of aspects of Japanese gardens and Japanese gardening at home in a garden or yard.
Boundaries are very important in a Japanese garden or a Zen style garden and this edition of the podcast is all about the importance of boundaries in a Japanese garden – essential to distinguish the garden itself from the outside world.
Take a listen here….
To get more help, ideas, tips and practical examples on how you can easily and quickly create a stunning Japanese garden space at home please take a look at our design book ’11 Simple Ways To Turn Your Garden Japanese’. CLICK HERE
The latest edition of the ‘Turn Your Garden Japanese Podcast’ is available for you to listen to right now.
This Episode ( as they are called in the world of Podcasting!) is all about OBSTACLES to creating a small Japanese garden space and HOW to re-think those objections and ultimately overcome any negative thoughts about making a Japanese garden at home being too much of a hassle or TOO expensive.
Its a negative to positive listen! You will like it…..
Your yard may look like this….
But IT COULD look something like this …
Yes, it is the drab yard above completely redesigned in a Japanese style! It really is amazing what can be achieved on really very modest budgets when making a Japanese garden.
LISTEN to the podcast HERE and then try our FREE book ’11 Simple Ways To Turn Your Garden Japanese’ it can be yours in the next few minutes to hopefully inspire you to have your own Japanese style garden at home.
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