Garden Views

 

In a Japanese garden, nothing  is natural or left to chance. Each plant is chosen according to aesthetic principles, either to hide undesirable sights, to serve as a backdrop to certain garden features, or to create a picturesque scene, like a landscape painting or postcard. It's been the beautiful  backdrop  for many memorable weddings and photographic events.

 

 

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Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden

28 Deveau Road, North Salem, NY 10560

914-669-5033

gardenprogram@yahoo.com

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