East meets West, a classic bungalow is nestled in a Japanese infused garden
Our client wanted a Japanese style garden to compliment their classic, 1920’s Arts and Crafts bungalow – a perfect pairing. The landscape uses minimal materials and plant varieties, including a mass of ‘cloud-pruned’ boxwood.
Seattle - Mt. Baker
Stone, Copper Spigot, Cloud-pruned Boxwood
Wooly Thyme, Rainbow Leucothoe, Hornibrook Pine, Japanese Boxwood
A simple, powerful composition of boulders, a sweep of ornamental grass, and a carpet of thyme.
Custom copperwork mimics classic bamboo Shishi-odoshi, a form of water feature found in Japanese gardens used to frighten animals away from plantings.