Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
This design was the result of a competition and originally one of ten temporary display gardens. Each designed to show homeowners themed ideas of what could be done in the space the size of a modest back yard in Northwest Arkansas. The gardens became permanent as visitors grew to love them. Entering along the stone path, you cross a dry streambed that leads to a lush koi pond. You will notice the main features of the garden – the Japanese garden entry gate and the matching pavilion that offers a place to sit and enjoy the quiet. The garden contains a series of Japanese specimen plants such as Chamaecyparis, Azaleas, and Deodora Cedar.
4703 N Crossover Rd
Interesting fact: the raised portion of the bench inside the pavilion was originally designed to be the base of a ‘cage’ that would contain the garden’s collection of bonsai trees.
Client: Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
Completion: Spring 2008
Project Type: Institutional
Japanese Garden, Streambed, Garden Gate, Garden Walls, Wood Fence, Drainage, Planting, Pavilion
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