Structure a nifty table by sinking rubber-tipped copper pipe into a large, rock-filled planter holding succulents or plants that don't need a lot of water. Place at least four of the pipes at equal distances apart within the planter. Use weatherproof adhe
Shunmyo Masuno: landscape architect (pres of Japan Landscape Consultants, Ltd.) and Zen priest at the Kenko-ji Temple in Yokohama, Japan, and Prof at Tama Art University, and Adjunct Prof at the Univ of British Columbia.
DK - Garden Design, 2009 Dorling Kindersley Limited A low sculpted pine, a small stone temple, and a graceful Japanese maple make an exquisite trio in this traditional Japanese-style pondside garden.
If you’re interested in how to make a Japanese garden, it can readily be completed in your backyard. A Japanese garden isn’t an exercise in producing the most important and the ideal. D… #japanesegardening