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real or a really good fake? If fake, where can I get one?
You can get a majesty palm like this at Ikea or any garden center and bring a little organic shagginess into your room.
as an indoor palm, queen palm (Syagrus romanzoffiana) and butterfly palm (Dypsis lutescens).
7. Palm trees. If you want a dramatic vertical element with a tropical feel, reach for the palms. Not all palms do well indoors, so it pays to know which ones do. The best indoor palms are
Most indoor palms will enjoy a steady supply of water, light fertilizer once a month and bright but indirect light.
HARD TO KILL - PALMS - The best indoor palms are kentia palm (Howea forsteriana), sentry palm (Howea belmoreana)
Palm trees. If you want a dramatic vertical element with a tropical feel, reach for the palms. Not all palms do well indoors, so it pays to know which ones do. The best indoor palms are kentia palm (Howea forsteriana), sentry palm (Howea belmoreana), lady palm (Rhapis excelsa) and parlor
is the tree in the pot?
might be a orange dream jap maple
Japanese maple with bright lime colored leaves
Love the tree planter for deck
with the tree in it. Great idea for privacy screening.” “Lift to a little tree” “Tree. Potted japanese maple.” “Light green tree in pot” “Like the planter/tree”
love those trees against the stone
potted japanese maple for the corners of your deck - instant trees and instant
in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
Elad Gonen & Zeev Beech
trees look really good with the minimalism of the room
koki - Use this technique on a lemon or lime tree for a topiary
i like this compact tree for my dining room better than my palm
begging for a little height. Happily, these two statuesque trees willingly obliged.
Topiaries aren't just for traditional spaces. Try two matching trees, shaped as standards, in a modern space. Use this technique on a lemon or lime tree for a topiary that's both beautiful and edible.
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orlando comas, landscape architect.
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don't want to remove them, however, they suck the life out of everything under them. Just love this photo with these lush ferns. Do you think ferns could grow under the Maples? Thanks so much for your insight.
What type of sod are you using to grow so well under oaks?
I live in Tampa on a lot with
out by a licensed arborist to allow more light to go thru the canopy an into the grass and shrubs. There are several varieties o St. Augustine: Bitter Blue, Floralawn, Palmetto, Sapphire, Delmar, Raleigh, Common, Jade, Floratine, Floratam, and Seville. I suggest fir more technical information you contact
these trees? Love your landscapes.
This particular image shows St. Augustine palmetto. Three important issues related to this image. First: Excellent maintenance program regarding mowing intervals, spraying and fertilizing. Second: The lawn is under an automatic irrigation system. Third, the Oaks
A Christmas tree doesn't have to be large to be beautiful. If you choose a small, live tree you can plant it in your yard to enjoy
...want to keep this tree in mind since hubby insists on having THREE christmas trees
So cute, great for our Christmas.
Choose a small, live tree and plant it in your yard in the spring!! This would be perfect for
iving trees. You also can keep a small living tree indoors for a short period around Christmas. A dwarf conifer would make a pretty choice, and a garden pot adds country charm. You can keep your potted tree in its nursery container, and simply place it in a larger decorative pot for the holidays.
its form to better conform. All species listed with the previous photo quickly grow to sizes that will overpower most typical or smaller properties, so consider if a living Christmas tree is practical before purchasing one.Finally, live trees need to be planted outside and cared for ideally within a few
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Would love to find a place for a Meyer lemon tree or hedge in a sunny part of the property.
saltilo tile with pavers and the big lemon trees with pots
Like this idea for between the two driveways
Nice use of pots for fruits
fruit trees, can be grown in pots, which gives you plenty of flexibility when it comes to deciding where to place them. Ask for dwarf varieties at your local nursery and look for a deep container at least 18 inches in diameter.
Terra-cotta Terra-cotta pots are classic and come in a variety of shapes
natural in a garden setting. Something to consider when the seasons change: If you live in an area where temperatures go below freezing, you’ll want to empty or bring terra-cotta pots inside to avoid cracking.
could you provide a source for the chair fabric?
I can see a few of these fiddle leaf figs in my home to create an indoor park.
Uhh, a real tree in the house
A potted tree. Purchasing a fiddleleaf fig (shown here) or another potted tree as a baby is inexpensive, and if well cared for, it will last for many years. Be sure to ask for detailed care instructions when you purchase your plant, and place it in a spot with adequate light when you get home.
•Size: The fiddle leaf fig can grow up to 12 feet high and 6 feet wide; therefore at some point you may need to prune it — though keep your pruning shears packed away, as this is not a fast-growing plant. If you’re looking for a large tree to fill a particular
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Where can I sell a fountain like this
searched for the name of this plant - it is stunning isn't it! It is called Foxtail Fern!
That fountain will cause splashing. We do have clients from time to time place an outdoor fountain indoors, you just need to make sure the floors can withstand splashing or you have a big enough basin to catch
last up to six months, and the mother plant and her offspring can be relatively easy to keep for many years. How to Care for Your Bromeliad Temperature: Bromeliads tolerate a wide range of temperatures, with an ideal range of 55 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (13 to 29 degrees Celsius). Light: Bright, filtered
How to Care for Your Bromeliad Temperature: Bromeliads tolerate a wide range of temperatures, with an ideal range of 55 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (13 to 29 degrees Celsius). Light: Bright, filtered or indirect sunlight is best, though the plants are generally tolerant of low-light conditions