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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Bamboo, maple and seagrass line the fence, adding all the elements of a traditional Japanese garden. Fragrant flowering vines will eventually cover the fence.
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