Now a japanese garden is not a flower garden neither is it made for the purpose of cultivating plants in nine cases out of ten there is nothing in it resembling a flower bed. Types of gardens japanese gardens are generally classified according to the nature of the terrain either tsuki yama artificial hills or hira niwa level ground each having particular features tsuki yama consists of hills and ponds and hira niwa consists of flat ground designed to represent a valley or moor tsuki yama may include a portion laid out as hira niwa. The japanese garden is an example of a chisen style garden in which a pond or lake occupies the most significant portion of the garden waters importance is not as a substance but as a symbol and expression of the sea. 9 traditional japanese plants by jamie mcintosh updated 03 16 19 pin share a shady glen full of hostas is well suited to the japanese garden aesthetic the hosta is a naturalized plant found throughout japan and these native types are valued more than the hybrids north american gardeners grow
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