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Japanese gardening has always intrigued me and inspired me as well. A decade ago, I worked at a hotel/spa where the garden was designed and supervised by a Japanese professional gardener.
What stuck in my mind was his knowledge about how all plants get along better with some and not so much with others: not that there are “good” or “bad” plants —nor even that they have to be similar plants. Simply, they grow and bloom and live better when surronded by akin plants. In other words, there’s chemistry between them, contributing for better energy flow and good feng shui.
I guess there’s a parallel with the humankind —and other species, too— that shall make us wonder of the choices we have made through our lives of the “plants” we have surrounded ourselves by.over 6 years ago