Japanese

The Japanese garden is an ancient art form for the Japanese people. It is based on religion, philosophy and symbolization, whilst representing and catching the essence of nature no matter how small the area is.

Many Japanese people believe that meaning exists beyond what can be described in words; they use the garden to look back and reflect upon themselves, meditate and rest.
Water is an essential element in the garden and the water features are often colorful with bright fish. Plants are usually arranged in odd numbers of 3, 5 and 7. Features include surfaces of natural rock, sand, pebbles, brush fences and bridges and very few simple beautiful Japanese ornaments such as lanterns, gazebos and statues.

COVID-19 Update, 3rd August 2020: We are still operating 7 days and providing contact-less door-to-door delivery in Metro Melbourne and regional centres. From Thurs 6th August, our Campbellfield store will be closed to the general public and open to tradespeople only. You will still be able to shop online or over the phone. To inquire about an existing order, please email orders@hellohelloplants.com.au