East side of the Gardens along the pond
The Meditation Garden is intended to be just that: a place to reflect and meditate. It’s patterned after meditation gardens in Asia, with flowering crabapple trees, azalea, viburnum, and a Ginkgo grove. Oriental-style gates lead into the area, while artistically placed rocks border the pond. In the overall plan, the Meditation Garden will contain a Japanese teahouse and an arched bridge over a portion of the pond. The island will be landscaped as well, and the garden will contain a viewing pavilion.
Landscape Solutions LLC, Susie Murphy
Special thanks to
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the Dwight and Linda Davis Foundation, and Wisconsin Public Service Corp. Also in-kind contributions from Anderson Brothers & Johnson, Fraaza Rocks & Sand, Landscape Solutions, and Central Wisconsin Engineering.