For the last 3000 years, everyone in China has created its own "Chinese garden," and it has long been a beautiful place to spend an afternoon. There are many different types of gardens, from gardens where animals are kept to gardens with animals. Kings and members of the nobility were planted with fruit and vegetables and hunted for fruit.
Chinese gardens and parks combine classical Chinese architecture with painting, calligraphy, poetry carving, and horticulture, and offer both a lively place and a practical function. The Chinese Garden in Haren is also a place where you can get lost in carefully composed natural beauty. The garden is designed so that all the flowers bloom at the same time, making it an ideal place for a picnic or a day trip to the beach.
The variety of horticultural techniques accumulated by ancient Chinese designers made the landscape of the garden seem changeable, lending it an artistic allure. The winding paths, the changing angles, and the different plant species have been designed for daydreaming, where the thought is controlled by the mind.
Some designers chose a simple rock garden, while others built miniature mountains out of a collection of stones. Among the rocks most appreciated by Chinese gardeners are limestone cliffs, which take on strange shapes due to erosion. The sound is another element of the Chinese garden and produces a soothing sound when raindrops on the leaves of trees and bushes.
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