The influence of the Book of Songs on later gardens and garden poetry is traceable. The author uses a research method that combines archaeological data and classical documents to analyze the application of the literature and art in the Book of Songs in the construction of classical gardens, and analyzes the Chinese The spiritual culture and aesthetic ideas contained in classical gardens. "Daya·Lingtai" is the first encounter between gardens and poetry. The original appearance of the royal garden can be seen in the gardening and gardening chants, and contains the primary form and ritual function of the royal garden. "Zheng Feng·Jiang Zhongzi" was originally a love poem, but it inadvertently revealed the spatial layout of social houses in ancient times, and became the beginning of Chinese poetry touching private gardens. This article will microscopically explore the initial appearance of Chinese gardens and garden poetry from these poems in the Book of Songs, which can be called garden poems.