The art of simplicity

Japan may be experiencing a tumultuous time in its history, but the country’s contribution to plants and gardening should never be forgotten. Japanese gardening is all about harmony and tranquillity created by using water, stones and plants in simple patterns.

For centuries, water has been an essential part of a Japanese garden, whether it is still or running. A fountain, a small pond, a simple basin such as a bird bath or a bamboo waterspout are all part of the experience.

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One Response to “The art of simplicity”

  1. syl Says:

    Great article..simplicity is the key to life

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