This is the gorgeous and very traditional Japanese garden at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario. It is called the Hikaru Mizu Garden, which means shining water in Japanese. This is an artistic Japanese garden, using elements of the classical gardens of the 10th to 12th centuries with ornamental shrubs and flowering cherry and plum trees. This garden uses an abundance of stone and hardscape and is a "space of serenity and solitude for everyone in the community to enjoy", to quote the Garden Tour brochure. Here are some highlights:
They hold weddings and other events here, and I can't think of a more beautiful place to be for something like that. If you haven't had the pleasure of seeing this lovely traditional garden, you owe it to yourself to go over to the Four Rivers Cultural Center and see it when you get a chance. It's worth the trip, believe me!
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:
- The Ogburn garden in Fruitland Idaho, a garden packed ful of color, both with furnishings and flowers.
- The Lawrence garden in Ontario Oregon, a high desert xeriscape garden with unique Western art and a huge collection of cacti and succulents.
- The Skeesuck garden in Ontario Oregon, a garden full of water features and waterfalls.
The above information on this Southwest Idaho event in Ontario Oregon and Fruitland Idaho was provided by Barb Hutchinson. Barb can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at 208-707-4663. Barb has helped people move in and out of homes in The Treasure Valley in Southwest Idaho for the last 27 years.
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