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Japanese garden.  I'm hoping this is harmony!  You have the repeating curvy shape of the tree, the bush, and the garden sculpture.  The different element would be the man made sculpture vs nature, but it still works due to the shape.

DK - Garden Design, 2009 Dorling Kindersley Limited A low sculpted pine, a small stone temple, and a graceful Japanese maple make an exquisite trio in this traditional Japanese-style pondside garden.

Fireplace - Home and Garden Design Ideas OK, I want a mushroom cottage? My garden shed Cottage garden style Red lupines & white foxgloves

The water is so clear… but all I see when I see a water feature is "mosquito farm."  Maybe the Koi eat the larvae?

The water is so clear…

Can't bring the ocean to your backyard? You could always set up a koi pond underneath your back porch.

In Love with Japan

Beautiful Japanese garden - they are absolutely gorgeous! But Japan is the hottest place I've ever been and I live in The Deep South of the USA!

Jardin japonais et déco zen en 15 idées d’aménagement outdoor

Jardin japonais et déco zen en 15 idées d'aménagement

Wisteria frames the Japanese garden in springtime at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California.

Sacred garden

⍋Green Gardens⍋ zen, formal, topiary & landscape parks & gardens - Japanese Garden with Stone Pagoda and bronze cranes in the Pond.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Woodland sculptures: carefully groomed moss art in the Lost Gardens of Heligan (England). Side note: Moss obtains nutrients from the air because they have no true roots. Plants require nothing more than shade, acidic soil, and adequate moisture to flou

Love the oakleaf hydrangeas and the astilbes

Astonishing Traditional Landscape Design Of Decorative Pea Gravel With Astible And Curved Path Also Hosta Plus Sinuous Path And White Garden For Landscaping Walkways

San Francisco - Golden Gate Park "Japanese Tea Garden - Half Moon Bridge" | by David Paul Ohmer

Half Moon Bridge, Japanese Tea Garden - Golden Gate Park, San Francisco -- oohh i dont have to travel the whole way to japan to see this!