JAPANESE GARDENS of the WORLD
WORLD JAPANESE GARDEN DATABASE
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The Willow Pond Japanese Gardens have been constructed and cultivated since 1985, with most trees reaching a semi-matured stage. It’s an authentic Japanese garden designed by local landscaper Eiji Morozumi and constructed by the family of Norma and Ramon Lawrence.
These gardens at Wellington have something unique that you won’t find in many or any other Japanese Gardens…
The 7.5 acre, Mizumoto Japanese Stroll garden was created in 1986 and includes a 3 large koi lakes, moon bridge, meditation garden, tea house and traditional Japanese garden landscaping.
At 40 acres, the Japanese garden at Gibbs Gardens is one of the largest Tsukiyama gardens in the nation. What visitors see when they visit today is a far cry from the bog covered with invasive smilax vine that owner, creator and designer Jim Gibbs was faced with in 1987.
The Charlotte Partridge Ordway Japanese Garden is a living symbol of the peace and friendship that exists between Saint Paul and its sister city Nagasaki, Japan. A renowned landscape designer in Nagasaki, Masami Matsuda, created the garden according to time honored Japanese design principles using plants and trees that are hardy in Minnesota. Infused with true Japanese design, the garden is meant to delight your senses.
The nine-acre Japanese Garden is part of the Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Garden. Completed in 1912, was inspired by widespread Western fascination with Asian culture.