stroll garden

stroll garden

A garden designed to be viewed from a footpath, which usually proceeds from one of a series of vantage points to another.
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As we step onto the stroll garden path through the outer gate, Hopper points out the fan patterns that direct visitors to various focal points along the counter-clockwise route.
Try to create a walk over a plank or yatsu-hashi bridge to another part of the garden where there is a raised timber area for sitting and viewing, or build a stroll garden with winding gravel paths leading to areas of interest and plant arrangements.
People perhaps best appreciate the Japanese stroll garden with paths that meander, opening new vistas or revealing another intimate moment of wonder with each twist and turn.
Adjacent to the property is the renowned Humes Japanese Stroll Garden.
Now that the renovation is complete, visitors can enter the museum's main entrance, go through the Cryptomeria Walk lined with small Japanese plants, and see the newly paved upper courtyard with the International Pavilion to the left and the Japanese Pavilion and Kato Stroll Garden to the right.
The 63-year-old Briton has spent 30 years working on the carefully composed landscape, which is known worldwide for being a meditation zone with stroll gardens where white sand replaces water.
Surrounding their courtyard houses, they constructed lush and highly stylised stroll gardens, with ponds, pavilions and elaborate rockeries symbolic of rural pathways, lakes and mountainous regions in the true landscape beyond.