Real World Gardener Inspirational Japanese Gardens in Design Elements

September 15th, 2013

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Design Elements

with Landscape Designer, Louise McDaid

Have you ever travelled a long way to see some great gardens?
Just by chance have you stumbled on one of the world’s best for that particular style?
Seeing lots of gardens up close and personal is something we gardeners like to do and should do.
Plus you learn so much about planting styles that you can reflect on and adapt to your own garden.
Here is one such inspirational garden, the Japanese Garden within Tatton Park in Cheshire, England.

Listen to this…

This Japanese inspirational garden doesn’t sound too hard to emulate does it?

Some rocks, some maples of different colours and leaf shapes, a tea house, and a bit of clipped Buxus or Azaleas, and hey presto, transformation!

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