The Japanese style of garden design has many strategies that help a visitor focus on detail, shift their perspective and begin to feel connected to nature. A beautiful bamboo screen is one such strategy. Visiting Japanese landscape designer Katsuhito Nakasone and Masashi (Mike) Oshita, of Japanese Garden Service in Asheville, will create a sodegaki while you observe, so you can learn the techniques. Parking included. Pre-registration required. Sarah P. Duke Gardens, 420 Anderson St.
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420 Anderson St.
Durham, NC 27708
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