We made a feature of the garden’s slope, by designing three terraced levels of planting, with an open flight of steps running through it to the garden’s upper section. Description from juliantatlock.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
This Feng shui garden utilises many Japanese Acers. The Acers forms are kept small as is tradition in Japanese gardens. The key colours in this garden are purple/violets/pinks and greens. Although not opposites on the colour wheel this combination of colours compliments each other and with the selection of plants gives the feel of a very tradtional Japanese garden.