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'Whether set in dramatic spaces or a small courtyard, Japanese gardens capture the form and essence of the natural landscape without relying too heavily on flowering plants.  They can be full of complex traditions or accented with modern interpretations.  We do not simply copy outward forms, but recreate their spirit with a deep level of understanding.

"There is a certain feel to nature, present all over the world - a primeval, elemental force that transcends boundaries.  Trees in gardens can suggest entire landscapes, or the majesty and maturity of prime specimens"
Jake Hobson, England's foremost authority on Niwaki www.niwaki.com

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