How to get a Japanese garden in Brooklyn

New Yorkers have a love-hate relationship with Japanese tea gardens.

On one hand, you have the charmingly lush gardens at the city’s botanical gardens like the Garden State or the Garden of the Gods.

On the other, you can’t get any more Japanese than the gardens at Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

The Garden State was once the country’s largest tea garden and now only has about half of its original size.

The rest is devoted to botanical art and a few small, leafy gardens of sorts.

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is just as well known for its lush greenhouses, however, as it is for its unique and expensive tea.

The Brooklyn Botanicals garden has been an essential part of the city for over 100 years.

Brooklyn Botanical Gardens in New York City.

(Photo: Courtesy of the Brooklyn Botans Garden)In the early 1800s, the Garden was established by William Hill, who had the idea of setting up a botanical paradise in Brooklyn.

He built a garden to provide a sanctuary for botanical species and a place for people to grow their own.

The garden was a bit like a modern day park, but more peaceful, said Andrew Johnson, the garden’s curator and the founder of Brooklyn Botanas Garden.

The Garden was a place where people could go and meet other gardeners, he said.

In fact, the word Garden came from a place in Scotland where people would come and gather for tea, he added.

There are still gardens in the city, but there’s been a gradual decline over the past 50 years.

In 2016, only 4 percent of the garden was open, according to Johnson.

When he took over as curator in 2017, he started a new effort to expand the garden and improve the experience for people who came here.

For his new project, Johnson is looking to attract more visitors.

He wants to put on events like tea parties, and he wants to provide gardens with more resources for the gardeners who do their jobs, he explained.

In order to do this, he has hired two former gardeners from the Garden: Andy Tabor, who worked at the Garden from 1996 to 2004, and Scott Taylor, who spent three years working at the Gardens in 2007 and 2010.

Johnson hopes that the garden will get more visitors as well.

It was his idea to have a garden tour, which will be available through a new website.

The tour will be free for people with tickets and will be a chance for people in the Garden to learn more about the history of the Garden and the history that is involved in its preservation.

It will also allow people to learn about the Garden’s history and learn about its importance to the people of the world, Johnson said.

The new website will also have a guide to the Garden, which includes information about the gardens flora and fauna.

A tour of the Gardens Botanic Gardens.

(Photos: Courtesy Andy Taber)For many years, Johnson and Taylor have been working on a new book called, “What Is the Garden?,” that aims to tell the history and identity of the gardens and to celebrate its history.

They hope to have it published in 2018, but for now, they are just going to keep it going.

The book will have a chapter on the Garden at the top of its page, with information about its history and the significance of the trees, and a section about the people who live here.

The book will include a timeline of the Botanic gardens life, and Johnson said he hopes to publish the book by the end of 2019.

He also wants the book to be available for free to anyone who comes to Brooklyn and wants to see what’s going on.

“I hope that it will inspire people to go and visit and to learn and maybe even to visit other gardens around the world,” he said, adding that the Garden is not a museum, but an exhibition space.

But, he stressed, the books focus on the history, not the garden.

We don’t have any museum-type spaces, he emphasized.

And so we want people to be interested in learning about this history, he noted.

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