Water is our life force. Nearly 60% of our body is made up of water. 71% of the planet’s surface is covered by water. It keeps us hydrated and healthy. It is the glue that holds everything together. Water is beautiful. . .but it is also dangerous. Maybe it is this danger that makes water so beautiful. It has the ability to give or take life. Water is also quite peaceful. Many people prefer to sleep with sounds that sound like crashing waves or thunderstorms. The rhythmic pounding of water can help us drift into a deep, restful sleep.
Annapolis, Maryland, is the capital and sailing capital of the United States and is a charming town on the Chesapeake Bay. Some choose to live on the bay because they have easy access to water. Others choose to live inland. Normally it is not possible to enjoy the tranquility that water offers on a daily basis for those who didn’t live with a waterfront view. But times change. Garden Girls, a Maryland landscaping company, has the talent and vision to bring water to your backyard.
Japanese Gardens have been an exceptional form of landscaping for thousands of years. The 6th and 7th-century Japanese merchants in China saw how mother nature created gardens that blended into the natural environment. These ideas were brought home by merchants who used them to create gardens. Japanese Gardens were eventually built all over the world to bring a sense of nature and Zen to any environment.
Japanese Gardens were originally built on Chinese principles. However, it branched out eventually and began to incorporate influences from Zen Buddhist Temples and the Japanese landscape. These Japanese aesthetics are what is used to create the Japanese Garden we see today. These gardens are intended to be enjoyed from a viewing area or promenade garden that is intertwined within.
Garden Girls’ Japanese Garden design team has perfected their art and can create all the traditional Japanese garden designs. Gardens Girls’ attention to detail is evident in their Japanese Gardens. For more information or to get an estimate for your future Japanese Garden, please visit www.gardengirlsllc.com.