If you are keen to bring simplicity and serenity to your garden and want something a bit different, consider Japanese garden. Japanese garden is often sparsely planted, so the space around the plants are as important as the plants themselves, and it will create the effect of a bigger garden. Stick to just a few of plants for your Japanese garden, because in Japanese garden, less is more. If your space have a good view, frame it with some choice Japanese maples because it often ‘borrow’ the landscape around them.
Make a hard landscaping to your garden space include gravel, rocks and stepping stones and try tying pieces of bamboo together with twine to create Japanese-style fences. Japanese garden often showcase the different shades of green and moss is used in many Japanese temple garden, so encourage mossed to spread in nooks and crannies. Japanese garden is used for contemplation, so be creative and create a space that is calming and serene. Check out these 15 beautiful Japanese flower garden ideas below to inspire you.