The Japanese garden is a natural nature, which is made in miniature. This style can be used on both large and small area. Well, if the area is a hill where you can enjoy the Alpine slide. In a Japanese-style garden must be a place for meditation and a venue for tea ceremonies. Area for meditation separated by a hedge, planted a cotoneaster spirea shiny or sharp. If the site is large and there are hills, there must be a pond, cascade or a waterfall, this garden can be called a landscape with hills. In the absence of water, as a rule, small areas, you can make a “rock garden”,” garden of moss”, and in this case, the garden will have different kind of names - flat “dry landscape”. It all depends on the topography of the site. In the Japanese garden stones depict a mountain, the white gravel of the sea, a hill of sand - hill, and of stone tower temple, all materials in this garden imitate nature. Many stones of various shapes and colors, the stones are not handled, because in this style a lot of mosses, and as you know, they are comfortable to grow on such rocks and not smooth. Not an even number of stones or one mimic of the collapsed mountain. Stones learn silence and patience. Across the river are installed curved bridges or stones, through which you can go to the other side. On the sand, you will create lines in the form of waves, symbolizing the water. Paths, artfully paved with sand or gravel too reminiscent of the waves and look very attractive. In the Japanese garden there are no straight lines - they are soft, arbitrary, tortuous.

The garden is not divided into zones of tracks on a strictly equal symmetric part, everything here is arbitrary, the full asymmetry. Stone bowl 25 cm in height for washing hands before a tea party set near a hedge, in the garden or in front of the stone wall. Stone bowl can be installed at ground level, all depends on desire. In the garden a lot of items made of bamboo, but in our conditions, given the high cost of this material, it is possible to apply the separate elements of bamboo. Benches made of stone with wooden seats that do not paint. Set stone sculptures, lanterns, which are placed closer to the waterfront, the reflection in the water create a special attraction. The stones in the Japanese garden are the basis of it, and then plants. When choosing the style of garden it is necessary to consider that best suits the plants or, as in the Japanese style stones. In the garden planted with beautiful flowers such as rhododendrons, mosses, evergreens, juniper, bells, lotuses, ferns, irises and bamboo. Evergreen coniferous trees decorate the garden in winter, such as black alder with an unusual bark, maple selenamarie, Japanese, white willow and weeping. All is envisaged so that the garden was intriguing, was not open to review.

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