In Japanese culture mankind’s relationship with nature is something
that needs to be nurtured and treated with the utmost respect.
The Japanese believe that a garden is a place of spiritual serenity,
balance and harmony. And when Costa visited the Japanese garden and
cultural centre at Cowra in New South Wales that’s exactly what he
found – a garden of peace and tranquillity.
The Japanese garden at Cowra is certainly spectacular and built to a
grand scale. But with a little imagination it’s possible to bring a
little bit of Japan into your landscape at home
The Tembeleski family are the winners of the backyard revolution, which
means Costa is creating the ultimate abundant and sustainable garden
Two new tanks are being installed, one on each side of the house. These will irrigate the garden, supply water to the wicking beds, the downstairs toilet and the washing machine to cover all Angela’s washing needs.