My parents house was a traditional home that had the typical Japanese garden in the back with various different trees, plants and many seasonal flowers. I grew up playing around our Japanese black pine, Japanese plum, loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) and pomegranate trees, all the while enjoying the azaleas, camellias and many other flowers that my father nurtured with so much love and dedication. I also remember that we had flowers that were originally introduced in Japan from foreign countries, such as Amaryllis (Belladonna Lily), roses, daisies, and dahlias. So while our garden was very Japanese in style, I can now see how it was more like a display of universal nature.
When you are satisfied with your flower arrangement, you may put a few sprays of your filler on design or arrangement. It should always be balanced the style of your arrangement. You want it to be simple and elegant. You may stand back and view your flower arrangement from every angle and side. Do you like what you see? Does it look good?