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Fujiyama Japanese Garden
URL:Goto this web site  http://www.fujiyamagarden.com 
Name:Fujiyama Japanese Garden garden photo
Fujiyama, County Antrim, N. Ireland
Photo: Sam Whiskey



 
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City:County Antrim 
State:Northern Ireland 
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Country:UNITED KINGDOM 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=55; long=-6.1667
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E-Mail:fujiyamagarden@btinternet.com 
Contact:Sam Whiskey 
Designer(s):Sam Whiskey 
Contruction Date:1995 - Present 
Admission:private garden 
Added to JGarden:2/2/2002 
Last Updated:10/17/2004 
Sources:Fujiyama web site http://www.btinternet.com/%7Efujiyamagarden/index.html  
JGarden Description:From Mr. Whiskey:
"Situated in the hills of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, this garden has been a labour of love since 1995 when the first sod for the pond was dug.

Encompassing about 3/4 of an acre it consists of a Dry Garden, Tea Garden, Stroll Garden, and Water and Rock Garden.

A planting of Japanese Maples, bamboos, grasses, ferns, Ginko Biloba, Hinoki Cypress,a giant Gunnera, some tree ferns from Tasmania (dickonsonia), Rhododendrons, Azaleas, and many native species add up to an interesting and indeed spectacular garden.

A number of granite Japanese ornaments complete the picture for the visitor."

See the web site for more information on the garden and how it was constructed. 




Recall the vistas of various famous places, select what attracts you and add your own interpretation. It is best to use this as a theme to design the whole of the garden while adding just the right amount of changes.
  Sakuteiki
  trans. by Marc Peter Keane

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