A Japanese garden is not finished once it is constructed. We foster the garden so that after ten or twenty years, it not only becomes the Japanese garden envisioned, but also a garden that can last for a century. We dispatch our Kyoto gardeners from Ueyakato Landscape to supervise the garden’s care and management.
Plants and gardens are living things. That’s why at Ueyakato Landscape we use the word “fostering” rather than “maintenance” to describe garden management.
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