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MoongateAsian Garden, Boston

A moongate set in a trellis provides the separation between a dining terrace and small garden beyond.
A Leonard

This is an example of an asian garden in Boston. —  Houzz
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Janet Dunn added this to Charmed Circles: Bring Serenity to Your Garden With a Moon Gate7 April 2017

Moon gates for modern gardensThe traditional Chinese gardens of the wealthy boasted monumental features such as pavilions, temples and galleries. Moon gates reached imposing heights of several metres, requiring tonnes of stone.In today’s smaller gardens, a lighter approach to scale and materials injects the charm of the moon gate without the grandeur and bulk. Rather than a solid wall, this moon gate is constructed from timber and set in an open trellis that filters the view and doesn’t overwhelm the compact space.

Spacesmiths added this to Picture Perfect: 29 Reasons to Love Cherry Blossom Season31 August 2016

12. Framing the moongate. Boston, USA

Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Things to Love About Small Gardens6 June 2016

5. A tiny garden can be magical A small space begs for a dramatic touch. Why not follow your heart and add a really special piece to your compact garden? Consider a moon gate (like the one shown here), fountain, sculpture, mosaic path or a special rare flower or tree specimen.

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Katie Pantlin added this to balcony courtyard garden28 January 2022

Love the circular trelis frame. Dad could make that!

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