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Japanese Zen Garden

Issaquah, WA (7)
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Original yard is a triangular shape and very narrow. After picture shows that the yard breaks up the narrowness with a large patio at the widest part of the triangle and with river rock rivers. Nandina is used under the front of the deck to block from view any wheelbarrows and such that are stored under the deck as well as to add color.

Yard Categories: Back Yard Garden Patio Zen Garden

Comments / Q&A

On January 25,2010 Sam(Sandy) said:

"Very Lovely.What a difference!I'm sure you really enjoy the space now.Wonderful landscaping...."

On October 18,2009 YardShareBryan said:

"Wow! What a transformation! It really took some imagination to turn the yard into what it is today. Well done and thanks for sharing."

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