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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8b. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Japanese Garden. Bloedel Reserve

Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island, Washington state.

 Designer -Fujitaro Kubota



 Dry Garden designed by Koichi Kawana







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13 comments:

  1. Wow. What a gorgeous place. I love the line of Black Mondo Grass and the pathways and the trees... just fabulous!

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  2. So pretty. The first picture is my favorite.

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  3. So simple and refined.

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  4. Wow, that is one stunning Japanese Garden! It radiates such a stillness that just looking at your pictures makes me feel very calm. I have the impression that the design is a more modern interpretation of traditional Japanese Garden Design. Very interesting! Thanks for sharing!
    Christina

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  5. Those walkways are fantastic looking.

    Eileen

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  6. What a beautiful and peaceful place. Your pictures are fantastic!

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  7. Stunning gardens! The gate and paths are so inviting, I love the stone path with that contrasting Mondo grass. WOW.

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  8. Wonderful photos of such a marvelus garden. thank yo so much for sharing! Larry

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  9. What simple and elegant fencing they have! It's Japanese looking without getting cliche. Some beautiful stones/rocks, also. The lack of flower color makes the trees pop color even more. There's some great ideas here! Thanks...lovely pictures as always.

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  10. Simply gorgeous photos! I've seen several posts on this place from other "Flingers." If I ever get to Seattle, the Bloedel Reserve will be at the top of my must-see list!

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  11. It is a wonderfully beautiful place..I too love the black mondo grass!

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  12. Beautiful! I am struck by the various materials used in the pathways...very neat and nice....also gives me some ideas!

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