Japanese Serenity Garden
Homeowners Shirin Etessam and Lisa Kristine have a backyard with a rotting fence and a tangle of weeds. Our Landscape Smart team turns those ugly weeds into a tranquil meditation garden in just two days.
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Before: A Blank Slate
A weedy, empty backyard is a blank slate ready for a makeover. The homeowners want a very simple, Zen-like tranquility garden.
Low-cost additions like cottage birdhouses and a rustic window box help carry the cottage-garden theme.
An inviting, cottage-inspired garden combines lots of flagstone and colorful flower beds.(4 photos)
An awkward, rectangular-shaped backyard receives a new Asian-inspired redesign.(4 photos)