What is a Buddhist garden? A Buddhist garden can display Buddhist imagery and art, but more importantly, any simple, orderly garden can reflect the Buddhist principles of peace, serenity, kindness, and respect for all living beings.
Buddha statues should be raised above the ground to show good respect. Statues are often placed on a marble slab or altar, but a cairn or woven rug is also appropriate. Statues are often used in conjunction with a peaceful garden pond and floating lotus flowers.
The statues should show to your house. They should fit into the harmonious design of the garden, where they can help visitors overcome negative emotions such as anger, ignorance and greed. It is appropriate to show more than one statue. Read also: Fascinating Garden Sculpture Ideas
Buddhist gardens can be big or small, larger or not. They usually include paths for tranquil walking and areas where visitors can sit and think, often in the shade of a graceful tree. If an unpleasant view is detrimental to the garden’s peaceful atmosphere, it can be blocked by climbing trees, screened plants or a bamboo screen.