The Japanese Garden · Cowden Castle · Scotland A Restoration Appeal
The Japanese Garden, 2011
Japanese Garden, Spring, 2012
Japanese Garden, Summer, 2013
Maple, Autumn, 2013, oldest tree in the garden
First Restoration Meeting
Inspecting the garden
Pre drainage phase
Professor Fukuhara and Junya Matukawa at Cowden
The Japanese Garden, 2014
The Japanese Garden, April, 2014
Start of the restoration of the North Flat Garden, May 2014
Luke Fisher and Sara Stewart’s visit to Kew Gardens to meet Tony Kirkham and see the restoration of the Japanese Garden by Professor Fukuhara
May 2016. Dr Catherine Middleton, Philip Robertson and Louise Forsyth from Historic Scotland visit Cowden on the day 420 shrubs destined for the ’Slopes of Fuji’ arrive.
May 2016: Restoration of the path leading to the remains of the Shinto Shrine.
May 2016: Planting of Slopes of Fuji.
May 2016: Construction of the bridge and Welcome Gate by Justin Rose and the team.
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