Helpful sites, beautiful sights

In searching for information about Japanese gardens in the United States, I came across the Japanese Gardening Organization in 2012. A delightful fellowship developed as my husband and I visited several gardens I found through members of the Board of Directors.

(from 2012 visit) Bob Brackman, executive director, explains plans for the future of the San Antonio Botanical Garden to K.T. and Don in the azumaya completed in the 2005 renovation of Kumamoto En.
(photo by Bill F. Eger)

The web site of JGO developed into a photo-rich delight to the senses.

http://www.japanesegardening.org/site/

With the addition of chapters from Andrew Dean’s Complete Japanese Garden Handbook, the site has become information rich too.

Please give it a look.

 

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