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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Japanese Garden Design. “Traditional to just the touch of the Orient”. This is just a small sample of “Before & After” landscape design and hardscapes. We are a full service landscape design company specializing in Japanese Garden designs. We also train and raise specimen plants at our private nursery. Servicing the Washington Metropolitan area for over four decades. http://www.orientallandscape.com. http://www.japanesegardensmd.com. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lees-Or… Watch Vol 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDDqHi… Songs: 1st track, Save Your Last Dance For Me OST – Our Love Will Always Last (instrumental). 2nd track, All In OST – All In Theme (Orchestra Version) Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • gerardo lima 2 years ago

    how much for a change like that

  • smith yang 2 years ago
  • Scott Bartho 2 years ago

    Transformation of garden is amazing. Really impressed how you changed the whole outlook of #garden. Nice work.

  • fa magnus 2 years ago

    Love it!

  • Marbella Eye 2 years ago

    very nice video to watch

  • DGreen Photography 2 years ago

    new work! 

  • Garden Sheds Kent 2 years ago

    What a great revolution! I must say that the designers itself has a wild and creative imagination. I am deeply honored as I watched these magnificent masterpieces. Congratulations for the job well done! 

  • Robin Slovak 2 years ago

    This is amazing. I am becoming a landscape architect mainly to design Japanese gardens and this is soo inspiring.

  • TheMonalissa1 2 years ago

    Could you do a tutorial in which you show how to do those cloud shape trees? tks!

  • ekualo08 2 years ago

    Many thanks.

  • OrientalLandscape 2 years ago

    All In OST – All In Theme (Orchestra Version)

  • Zack Cruz (DynamiteNINJA671) 2 years ago

    It is all different houses

  • Bulbophile 2 years ago

    amazing transformation

  • Jeff Gregg 2 years ago

    Thanks for the examples of where to plant the grasses in relationship to the stones. Looking at the established gardens (online) in Japan, it's difficult to decide on a starting point for the small things until the shrubs fill in the spaces. 

  • angelo costa 2 years ago

    master

  • OrientalLandscape 2 years ago

    That is a Japanese Black Pine Tree which has been trained into cloud form shapes. 

  • 5Lfaaj1975 2 years ago

    right on 4:24 in front theres a beautiful tree, what is the name of that tree. If you don't mind telling me. Thak-you.

  • poemeful carola 2 years ago

    Graciaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas !!!!!

  • Joe Wood 2 years ago

    Did you ever install knee braces on the azumaya John? If so got any nice
    pics? I'd like to update the ones I have on my Azumaya Kits page.
    

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