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Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden is probably the most represented style of Japanese garden in the west and is the one that most quickly comes to mind with its typical arched bridge (often red) whose reflection in the still water completes a perfect circle. These gardens were inspired by the natural landscape in Japan; islands, mountains, water, and plantings of evergreen and deciduos trees. Here the abundance of mist and rain naturally provide the necessary moisture for mosses and ferns and other water loving plants. Also the mountains and the islands and the mild climate of the area are much like that of Japan, not to mention the presence of several majestic mountains like that of Mt. Fuji in Japan. But the look and the principles we draw from Japanese garden design can accommodate the climate and plants of many regions.

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