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zen garden

Posted by emily_phuket Thailand (My Page) on
Mon, May 14, 07 at 4:38

How do I go about making a small (5mx7m) zen garden in Thailand? I will plant bamboo along 2 borders as screening. What sould be a suitable Japanese looking tree I could plant?

Many thanks,


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RE: zen garden

Japanese splitleaf maples are nice if not too hot there. Weeping willows look good, but can get large, fast. Small,low pines or firs are good, but again, cannot be too hot. Paul.

RE: zen garden

So will splitleaf maples and small low pines or firs work in Georgia, if shaded? Or will the heat generally damage them regardless of being shaded or not?

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