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    terrain covers 210 acres of a forested peninsula jutting into Lake Hamilton The gardens showcase floral landscapes free flowing streams and waterfalls as well as breathtaking architectural structures in a natural woodland setting This woodland habitat is home to hundreds of natural and exotic plant and animal species and is nestled near one of the nation s oldest and most intimate national parks The 210 acre site that is now Garvan Woodland Gardens was purchased by Arthur B Cook in 1920 His daughter Verna C Garvan began transforming 30 acres of the property into a garden by adding rare plants to the existing vegetation With Warren Bankson she cut paths through the forest and continued adding new plants In 1985 she donated the entire site to the University of Arkansas Department of Landscape Architecture Public tours began in 1986 A master plan was developed in 1995 and the Gardens have continued to develop since then The Japanese sub garden is known as the Garden of the Pine Wind It was designed by David Slawson and covers more than four acres It features a Full Moon Bridge three cascades a 12 foot waterfall two springs four pools and a pond of more than a half acre in size Slawson used existing landscapes as inspiration for this spectacular rock and stream garden Garvan Woodland Gardens is a department of the University of Arkansas School of Architecture A Pair of Stones Two chunks of gray green stone their shapes grotesque and unsightly wholly unfit for practical uses ordinary people despise them leave them untouched Formed in the time of primal chaos they took their place at the mouth of Lake Taihu ten thousand ages resting by the lakeshore in one morning coming into my hands Pole bearers have brought them to my prefectural

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    biographies glossary timeline links jgarden news Keep up with JGarden changes and news Subscribe to our monthly newsletter MOVED Name MOVED Alternate Name This garden entry has been moved to a new Private Gardens section Address Mailing Address City State Postal Code Country Phone Fax E Mail Contact Designer s Construction Period Public Private PRIVATE Hours Admission Added to JGarden Last Updated JGarden Description Arashiyama white with snow Almost seems

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    Country CANADA Latitude Longitude lat 49 12503 long 123 19354 Find Gardens Nearby Phone Fax E Mail Contact Designer s Contruction Date Fall 1988 Public Private PUBLIC Hours Sunrise Sunset daily Admission no admission fee Added to JGarden 1 1 1999 Last Updated 6 21 2001 JGarden Description This small coastal garden it is located at the entrance to a beach park was created to celebrate the centennial year of

    Original URL path: http://www.jgarden.org/gardens.asp?ID=212 (2016-02-10)
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    University URL http www pacificu edu Name Pacific University Alternate Name Walter Residence Hall Address 2043 College Way Mailing Address City Forest Grove State Oregon Postal Code 97116 Country UNITED STATES Latitude Longitude lat 45 520119 long 123 11098 Find Gardens Nearby Weather Phone 1 503 352 2225 Fax E Mail Contact Designer s Construction Period Public Private PUBLIC Hours Admission Added to JGarden 2 3 2002 Last Updated 2

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    2 3 2002 JGarden Description Roosevelt High School has served the community of Boyle Heights since 1924 That community has changed a great deal since its founding When students at the school learned of the injustices suffered by Japanese American families at the hands of the government and community during the 1940 s they decided to do something about it They designed and constructed a Japanese garden on the school grounds as a tribute to the Japanese American students from the high school removed from their homes and interned during World War II The story became even more interesting when it was discovered that a Japanese garden had been planted by Japanese American students on the same site over 50 years before As part of the process of creating the garden and a curriculum that emphasizes service learning the students researched the history of the internment They contacted some of the Japanese American students who had created the original garden asking for advice stories and design information The new garden was planted on the same site as the original which had been destroyed by members of the community after the bombing of Pearl Harbor The project grew to include students

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    State Minnesota Postal Code 55431 Country UNITED STATES Latitude Longitude lat 44 8275 long 93 3294 Find Gardens Nearby Weather Phone 1 952 487 8145 or for events 952 487 8145 Fax E Mail Contact Designer s Watanabe Takao Contruction Date 1976 Public Private PUBLIC Hours Tours held June 1 September 30 Admission Fee for tours Added to JGarden 12 24 2000 Last Updated 2 3 2002 Sources Normandale Community College web site JGarden Description A 2 acre stroll garden featuring a pond and lagoon bridges lanterns a waterfall a shrine and plantings The garden was built through donations and the work of volunteers Other Description The Japanese Garden was designed by Watanabe Takao a Garden Architect from Tokyo is located at the Northeast corner of the campus of Normandale Community College It is an excellent setting for weddings and photo sessions in the Minneapolis St Paul metro area The Japanese garden is easily accessible on the campus of Normandale Community College located at 9700 France Avenue South in Bloomington Minnesota Half hour guided tours are available June 1st through September 30th with reservations for ten or more people There is a nominal charge per person From I 494 take

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    Gardens Address UBC Campus 6804 SW Marine Drive Mailing Address City Vancouver State British Columbia Postal Code V6T 1Z4 Country CANADA Latitude Longitude lat 49 2539 long 123 25034 Find Gardens Nearby Phone 1 604 822 9666 Fax 1 604 822 2016 E Mail botg interchange ubc ca Contact Designer s Construction Period Public Private PUBLIC Hours 10am 6pm daily shorter hours in the winter call 604 822 9666 Admission

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    interchange ubc ca Contact Designer s Mori Kannosuke restoration by Masuno Toshiaki and Sano Shinichi Contruction Date Built 1960 restored beginning in 1992 Public Private PUBLIC Hours mid March to mid October daily 10am 6pm 10am 4pm at other times Admission fee Added to JGarden 1 1 1996 Last Updated 10 15 2002 JGarden Description Enclosed garden with tea house Named for Dr Inazo Nitobe 1862 1933 onetime Japanese ambassador to Canada author of The Soul of the Samurai and currently appearing on the 5000 yen note This was the first Japanese garden built in Canada A restoration renovation was begun in 1992 Extensive pruning and some plant replacement was done to restore balance and symmetry to the both the stroll garden and tea house Stonework around the edge of the pond was restored and a pebble beach was added The hedge that surrounded has been replaced by a wall and fencing to improve security Masano Toshiaki a Japanse landscape architect was retained by the University to supervise the work He was assisted by Sano Shinichi and a small team of garden professionals from Kyoto Tea House renovations were done by artisans from the Urasenke Tea School in Kyoto Bibliography

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