By . Garden. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 18:27:25 PM.
Herbs of any kind make excellent additions to mandala gardens. They have also been created using vegetables or just aesthetically pleasing plants. What you put in your mandala garden should be based on your own preferences ,what plants make you feel happy and peaceful? These are the plants you will want to add to a do it yourself mandala garden.
A garden based around wabi sabi incorporates natural and manmade elements in a way that allows visitors to appreciate their humble and imperfect forms. This typically involves using not only plants but also stones and weathered manmade objects as design elements.
Mandala garden design will depend on the space you have and your budget. Mandala gardens can be huge and filled with elaborate curved or spiral paths. They can include a seating or meditation area. Many times, large mandala gardens will have a water feature in the center to bring the calming sound of rushing water to the sanctuary. Usually, a lawn for meditation or a seating area is located near the water feature.
Common plants in mandala gardens include: Dianthus, Gaura, Chamomile, Catmint, Lavender, Yarrow, Sedum, Thyme, Bee balm, Sage ,Rosemary, and Alyssum
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