San Antonio's Japanese Tea Garden

Posted by Tammy Sons on 2nd Feb 2016

Monday, February 28

Public gardens are fascinating places to visit. Most are uniquely designed as well as having labels displayed for each specimen. They're a nice way to learn something new while taking a stroll through a garden that someone else has to maintain! The Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio, Texas is known for its beautiful winding stone staircases, old fashioned bridges and pagoda with beautiful views.

It also has a fascinating array of koi as well as enjoyable aquatic plants. Aquatic plants add something to a garden that land plants do not. They not only sway with the movement of the wind, but also with the water. They are soothing in a way that regular land plants usually are not. Plus, they manage to combine both the whimsical nature of water along with its elegance. Typha Latifolia, an above water plant also known as "cat tail" and Ceratophyllum Demersum, an underwater plant, also known as "coon tail" are available in our plant nursery.

Public gardens are fascinating places to visit. Most are uniquely designed as well as having labels displayed for each specimen. They're a nice way to learn something new while taking a stroll through a garden that someone else has to maintain! The Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio, Texas is known for its beautiful winding stone staircases, old fashioned bridges and pagoda with beautiful views.

It also has a fascinating array of koi as well as enjoyable aquatic plants. Aquatic plants add something to a garden that land plants do not. They not only sway with the movement of the wind, but also with the water. They are soothing in a way that regular land plants usually are not. Plus, they manage to combine both the whimsical nature of water along with its elegance. Typha Latifolia, an above water plant also known as "cat tail" and Ceratophyllum Demersum, an underwater plant, also known as "coon tail" are available in our plant nursery.