10 Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden

Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden

We’ve already spoken a lot about Japanese gardens, and today I’d like to share some plant ideas to create such a typical garden successfully and so that it fit the climate.

  1. Japanese maple. It has a light and transparent foliage and offers a nice range of colors: from bright green to brilliant red.
  2. It’s evergreen and beautiful all year round.
  3. Holly berry. It’s shiny, persistent and is very popular in Japan.
  4. Oak, beech or hazel. It’s naturally simple and looks wild.
  5. Ericaceous plants like camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons, magnolias.
  6. Ground covering plants. Soleirolia, sage can perfectly replace moss or grass, where it does not grow.
  7. Cherry or almond trees. Cherry trees are awesome in flowering, and almond have a long blooming period.
  8. Willows look amazing and really remind of Japanese gardens.
  9. Giant bamboo. The giant bamboo can grow up to nine meters high and it looks very eye-catching.
  10. The dwarf bamboo. It’s a great frost resistant version of giant bamboo, appropriate for small gardens.
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
Best Plants For Designing A Japanese Garden
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