Making a Japanese Garden at Showhome Part 5!!

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Hi All,

How is your HAPPY and LUCKY long week end going?

I have bought a new laptop at PB tech yesterday and writing this blog with it.

I am very lucky that this laptop is fast and save a lot of time for me!!!

(大家好,你的快乐和幸运漫长的一周到底是怎么回事?我买的PB高科技新的笔记本电脑昨天写这篇博客吧。我很幸运,这台笔记本电脑是速度快,节省了大量的时间对我!)

 

This post is the Final Episode of The making-a-new-Japanese-Garden Story at 31A Atkinson Ave. Papatoetoe Manukau where Japan Homes locates.

Today I will discuss the planting of this garden.

(这个职位是本作-A-新日本花园的故事在31A Atkinson Ave. Papatoetoe Manukau 曼努考日本的地方位于房屋。今天,我将讨论这个花园种植。)

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Both trees are bought at Plant Barn in Botany.

They look very like Japanese, although they are not Japanese local types of trees that are used for the Japanese Gardents in Japan.

The Japanese loves Japanese maple trees which changes their leaves color through seasons; expecially in Automn the color change to red or orange which look extremely beautiful!!

(这两种树木植物在谷仓植物学买的。他们看起来很喜欢日本,虽然它们不是用于在日本的日本人Gardents日本当地的树木种类。日本人爱日本槭树,改变他们的叶色四季通过;尤其是在秋天的颜色变化,以红色或橙色看起来美极了!)

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The plant on the left looks exactly like the Japanese maple its leaves color is so beautiful!!

(左边的植物长相酷似日本枫树树叶的颜色是如此的美丽!)

Under this tree we planted moss.

(在这棵大树下,我们种植苔。)

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Moss is also a key element of the Japanese Garden.

This moss has been given by a guy who we met at Plan Barn.

At the moment this guy was landscaping at his own property himself so thinking to remove a lot of existing moss over there. He then gave it to us as we were looking for it for our garden.

We are so lucky that we didnt have to buy moss which is quite expensive for a large amount!!

(莫斯也是日本花园的一个关键要素。
这青苔已经被谁,我们在计划谷仓遇到了一个家伙给出。
目前,这个家伙在自己的财产美化自己这么想着那边免去很多现有的苔藓。然后,他给了我们,因为我们正在寻找它为我们的花园。
我们是如此幸运,我们没有买青苔这是大量相当昂贵!)

 

We planted moss in small pots as well.

These look cook, dont they?

(我们在小花盆种植苔为好。

这些看起来厨师,他们不?)

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Finally, we chose to plant farn, NZ native plant, as here is NZ and we want our garden to be merge with NZ environment.

(最后,我们选择蕨类植物,新西兰原生植物,因为这里是新西兰,我们希望我们的花园与新西兰环境融合)。

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At the end the Garden becomes the authentic Japanese Style Garden with a great welcome gate in the traditional JP style!!

(在结束的最后花园变成了地道的日式花园的传统风格JP的极大欢迎门!)

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Please come have a look here at our garden!!

The location is 31A Atkinson Avenue Papatoetoe.

Call us at 0800 00 5055 before visit us or email at jphnzokuchi@gmail.com

You can discuss with us if you are planning to have your own JP garden!!

We are happy to talk and help you anytime!!

(请进来看看在这里我们的花园!
位置是31A Atkinson Avenue Papatoetoe.
0800005055联系我们之前参观我们或发送电子邮件至jphnzokuchi@gmail.com
你可以,如果你打算拥有自己的JP花园与我们洽谈!
我们很高兴地交谈,并随时帮助你!)

 

Thanks for reading.

Bye, Bye,
Amazon Okuchi

JAPAN HOMES LIMITED
Email: jphnzokuchi@gmail.com
Phone: 0800 00 5055

Website http://www.japanhomes.co.nz/
Blog http://www.japanhomes.co.nz/blog/

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Amazon Okuchi
Amazon OkuchiArchitectural Designer
Qualification: Degree of Architecture Studies and Graduate Diploma of Psychology (University Of Auckland) ; 2nd Grade Cad Technician (Japan)
Family: Extremely lovely wife, wonderfully kind mother in low, awesomely hardworking chickens, surprisingly lazy cat and unbelievably naughty dog.

I love architecture and design so much that I have been to so many buildings and places around the world such as Sydney Opera House in Sydney, CCTV building in Beijing, Empire State Building in New York, Royal Palace in Bangkok, Houryu-Ji in Nara, etc. However, the residential building attracts me the most. For nearly 10 years I have visited heaps of local and historical homes around New Zealand which I feel the builders’ great workmanship as well as occupants’ life.

From this experience my aim is to design and provide the comfortable and affordable houses with the spirit of Japanese workmanship that people enjoy and improve their quality of life.

In this blog I write my everyday experience of work to show what is a designer’s work and how it goes at Japan Homes.

Any comments or questions are very welcome.
Please let me know!

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