Japanese Garden Plants

One of the principle features of Japanese gardens are the plants of course. I have been training (to some degree) a number of plants in my garden for several years. These included three Scottish pines, a palmatum maple, a trident maple and an English beech. I also have purchased a several imported garden (patio) trees from Japan these include a white pine, standard wisteria and a taxus (yew).

I have several English woodland rhododendrons.

An English beech tree

The Japanese Palmatum

The Trident maple

Another transplanted Japanese maple

 

My first Scottish pine

My second Scottish pine

The imported Japanese wisteria standard was bought from:

Garden Style, Wrecclesham Hill, FARNHAM, Surrey, GU10 4JX UK
Telephone : 01252 735331
Email: sales@gardenstyle.co.uk
web: http://www.gardenstyle.co.uk

Garden style is highly recommended because they have a massive stock of MATURE plants. MInd you, they are both large and pricey!


The beautiful 4ft patio white pine grown in a nursery
near to Mount Fuji in Japan and bought from http://www.dai-ichibonsai.com/

The imported Taxus (yew)

The above two patio trees were obtained from:
Dai-ichi Bonsai
Hillier Garden Centre
Priors Court Road
Hermitage
Newbury, Berks RG18 9TG
+44 1635 200667
http://www.dai-ichibonsai.com/

Multiple dwarf azaleas that will be trained into clumps in
coming years

Dwarf azaleas that will be trained into clumps in
coming years

The iris' (sibirica 'Baby Sister') potted up after
reception via mail order from Fours Seasons Perennials for use in the iris pond.

IRIS sibirica 'Baby Sister' Four Seasons Perennials
web: http://www.fsperennials.co.uk
email: contact@fsperennials.co.uk
phone  +44 (0) 1508 488 344
 

Phyllostachys vivax Aureocaulis bamboo in the teahouse garden

Phyllostachys nigra bamboo in the teahouse garden

Prunus pendula Pendula Rosea

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