A miniature Zen garden is a small space filled with sand or gravel and usually accessorized with a few rocks or plants. The goal is to use a small rake to move the sand or gravel to create patterns that look similar to ripples of water. The quiet practice is supposed to help you let go of whatever factors may be bothering you and focus on the simple task of creating the patterns.
There are many reasons that a miniature zen garden would be a good addition to your home. Keep reading to find all the benefits of a miniature zen garden.
1.Miniature Zen Gardens Can Be Beautiful
A Zen garden can add to the beauty of your home. That’s because they are simple and elegant. Because they’re so simple, you can adapt them any way you like to fit your style. Use the same color rocks, add trees and shrubs. You can even play around with the shape of your garden.
2.Zen Gardens Can Be Low Cost
The simplicity of your garden means you don’t have to spend a lot of money to create it. Rocks and sand are pretty common, and thus pretty inexpensive. Of course, the fancier and more decorative you make your Zen garden, the more money you will be spending. However, a good landscaper could probably work with you to create something you love that is within your budget.
No matter what style home you have, no matter how large or small it is and no matter how much space you have available you can find a place for a Zen garden in your home. That’s because you can adapt it to meet your needs. Your garden can be as small as a tiny corner of your bedroom or as large as your whole backyard. You can even create a portable rock garden that fits into your hands! Again, the best way to create a rock garden that will suit you perfectly is to work with a skilled professional.
4. Miniature Zen Gardens Are Low Maintenance
You don’t have to do a lot to keep your rock garden looking good. Sand and stones don’t degenerate or need food or water – so there is nothing you have to do there. Of course, you will have to care for whatever plants or trees are in your rock garden, but usually just a little water and plant food will suffice. Keep your rock garden free of debris and you’re good to go!