Japanese Gardens

The variety of Japanese Gardens in San Francisco are a sight to behold. With their manicured hedges and serene ponds, these gardens transport visitors to another time and place. When you’re looking at these splendid landscapes what you will find are serene features of water, rocks, with a clear mastered art of Asian landscaping.

If you’re looking for inspiration or just want to admire some breathtakingly beautiful gardens, you will find Koi ponds, Zen gardens made with rock, stone, and a sense of tranquility through our blog pages including our portfolio.

Tranquil and Sustainable Landscapes that Add Value to Your Home

Are you looking to create a tranquil and sustainable landscape that both beautifies your home and adds value? You’re in luck – Tamate landscaping has the perfect solution.

Beautify Your Curb Appeal with a Driveway Landscape

Having a driveway landscape that is well-designed and maintained can add to your home’s value and make it more inviting to guests.

Creating a Zen Garden of Rock and Stone

Stepping into a Japanese Zen garden is like taking a step back in time. With its gravel paths, stone lanterns and delicate bridges, these gardens are designed to promote reflection and creativity.

How to Choose the Right Fish for Your Japanese Koi Pond

Every pond is different and will require a different combination of fish to keep it healthy and looking beautiful. By understanding the basics of koi care, you can select the right fish for your pond and create a stunning Japanese landscape that will be the envy of your neighbors.

The Number One Secret Behind Japanese Garden Design

The number one secret behind Japanese garden design is nature. The key to creating a beautiful and serene Japanese garden is to work with the natural surroundings, not against them. By using native plants, rocks, and other features of the environment, you can create a space that is both visually appealing and in harmony with its surroundings.

Native and Exotic Plants for Your Next San Francisco Landscape Project

There are many different options when it comes to native and exotic plants for your next San Francisco landscape project. It really just depends on what look you are going for and what will work best with your particular property.

How to Turn Your San Francisco Backyard into a Japanese Garden Paradise

Japanese gardens have been a major part of culture in America for nearly a century and a half. However, they still remain a mystery for most people. Japanese gardens are among the most beautiful in the world. This is because these gardens start with the intent to induce a particular feeling. Today, landscape professionals design these amazing gardens around principles and guidelines that date back more than a thousand years.  Some of those guidelines include natural patterns of rock formations, […]

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