Pretty in Pink – A lovely selection of some of the top pink plants for the garden! From deep pinkish/purples to palest candy floss, pink plants make a statement and suit lots of colour schemes. For more pink plants click here or click a picture for further information on the plant.
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Originally Japanese gardens were intended to express Buddhism and Taosim but during the Heian period (794-1185) the purpose of Japanese gardens shifted to becoming a place for contemplation, amusement and ceremonies as well as being a place with religious meaning. As with Chinese gardens nature has a huge influence on the design of Japanese gardens. The pine tree is a symbol of longevity in Japanese gardens, the black pine would be used to evoke a maritime scene whilst the red pine was used in more mountainous settings. Mostly, Japanese designs... Read More