Japanese Gardens - Natural Landscaping, Gardening, and Landscape Design in the Catskills and Hudson Valley including Ulster County, Ellenville, New Paltz, Kingston, and Woodstock

PERFECTION - Stone basin & Japanese maple in autumn foliage, Ritsurin Park, Takamatsu, Japan. A great starter pond

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Mounds of Buxus break up the contemporary layout. Kids love running round these - I think it's like telly tubbie land! The single Catalpa becomes the main focal point


Simple water feature or art, with an artistic back drop on wall, surrounded by soft scape. Jan Blok is the forerunner of innovative garden design in Southern Africa.

A Zen Buddhist temple priest rakes gravel in a Kyoto garden. Karesansui, or "dry gardens," are abstract representations of natural landscapes in which stones, gravel, sand, and moss are used to depict mountains, rivers, and islands.

A Zen Buddhist temple priest rakes gravel in a Kyoto garden -- I want a giant zen garden someday. how Peaceful.

Coral Bark or Sango Kaku -  This spectacular upright tree shows off its coral red bark all summer long. grows to around 20-25’ tall eventually, over 20 years, by 15’ wide.  Coral Bark maples are very desirable in pots or in the garden itself and makes a super specimen or focal point in the landscape.

Living Art – Japanese Maples