Japanese Garden Trees
When making a Japanese garden you will have to decide what types of shrubs, plants and trees that you would like and very importantly find out whether they are suited to the climate where you live.
Maples for example are a staple of most types of Japanese gardens and there are types that can survive in even the coldest temperatures.
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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!
One of the staple ingredients of most types of Japanese garden are Maples and Acers.
There are many types for you to choose from and some that are slightly more weather sensitive than others. Get some really good ideas for Japanese Maples in a domestic Japanese garden from our Pinterest board on the subject.