Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place to relax and feel peaceful—maybe even downright Zen? That is exactly what happens with a Japanese garden built by F. A. Hobson Landscaping.
Japanese gardens were originally created to be spaces of meditation and reflection for Japan’s ruling elite to find calm within the storm of their country’s strife and war.
In a stressful world that moves quickly, having a place to unwind, and even find inspiration is more important than ever.
While each and every attempt at this type of landscape is going to be slightly different depending on what you envision, the theory behind the garden should be consistent — Creating your own haven of Zen.