Hybiscus, Basavanagudi, for garden accessories


If you like the thought of meditating every morning in front of a beautiful Buddha in your own little garden, this is where you’ll find what it takes. Hybiscus. Hybiscus originally started in Cunningham Road, in the Hatworks Boulevard compound (another fave Bengaluru haunt). Imagine my delight when they started another branch so close to home! This one is in Basavanagudi – and I must say, charming though the hatworks Boulevard set up is – I find this more beautiful :).

HybiscusThe store is set in half of a huge old mansion’s compound – one of those bungalows that were built during the Raj most likely. The setting is perfect for a garden accessories store. It shares the compound with Ambara – a gorgeous store, but more on that in another post. And The Rogue Elephant, a small restaurant al fresco style – also more on that on Scatter the Batter :).

A lovely walkway entrance, flanked by trees and fountains.

hybiscus entryway

This is one of the few garden accessories stores that I have found in Bangalore that stocks everything from gorgeous Buddhas, huge to ickle pots in all the deep hues of a tropical forest, mellow stone fountains and little snails, frogs and penguins to give your garden that serene look.

statues and pots

stone penguins

pots and dry foliage

statue and mini water bodiesThis is where I bought my Buddha statue that sits next to the bamboo water feature in my balcony garden.

wall mounted pots

stone animal pals

statues and pots again

stone pottery and plants

more stone pals

ceramic pots

Oh but the best feature..is this.. the hammocks. Sigh! The hammocks invite.. the tinkling fountains lull, and if you don’t watch out, you’re likely to nod off just absorbing the peace and quiet around you.

hammocks1

hammocks2Hybiscus is located opposite Krishna Rao Park in Basavanagudi, on Kanakapura Road (don’t confuse this with the main Kanakapura Road off the Ring Road, this is probably the beginning of that road?) in the same line as New Generation School.

 

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8 thoughts on “Hybiscus, Basavanagudi, for garden accessories

  1. Oh wow! I’m totally blown away! How do you always manage to find all these awesome places? 🙂

    Those sheep really caught my eye! Cuties!!! 🙂

  2. OMG. I am sooooo coming down for a visit. Now where shall I put these things???? My mom has FORBIDDEN me from buying any more terracotta unless I take it back with me :). I am going to buy it and lug it back to Mysore 😉 and leave it there for me to enjoy on my next trip. This is like down the street for me when I am in Bangalore.

  3. After reading your blog, I visited this place. It’s a very nice place and glad you wrote about it. I was searching for garden accessories shore room. Thanks 🙂

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