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Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
I like the idea of indoor vegetation with the skylight. I would change the staircase.
to this plant is overwatering or flooding, which can cause root rot and bacterial or fungal diseases. Never allow water to sit in the bottom of the saucer or pot, and when in doubt, don't water. Dry and brown lower foliage, a shriveled stem and desiccated roots are usually signs of underwatering.
“Glass atrium” — aggie_peter
uttara and adwait
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there is a transluscent polycarb sheet to keep the elements of nature ( and insects / mosquitoes) out. the roof has never been open.the plants are about 7 years old
i'd like a tree like this for the porch
I love the vegetation, trees for the corners
I love the inclusion of nature indoors
An indoor garden, I love it.
with a tree designed into the architecture of the home.
“the large house tree” — Jeanie King
Tony Crisafi / Drex Patterson
Representative Project
to put plants at base of trees?
I was told it would not work. I have two 8 ft trees on either side of fireplace and because they are tall they look empty at the bottom. How can I get the look you have here with plants at bottom? the watering is different for each plant.
What kind of trees are the ones in the pots?
smaller plants at the base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6" size probably, with deep plastic saucers to hold them, and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough to fill the space. Now you can water the trees (lift a smaller plant up to reach the tree's soil) and the small plants individually
Thank you. I appreciate your info for future. I decided to stack large pinecones spaced well and sprinkled pieces of colorful dried flowers in and under the pinecones. I water the trees thru
“indoor ficuses” — emilytflowers
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I like the plant behind the couch
i like this tree for inside
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“Love the seat and tables” — rgeros
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
kind of indoor tree is this? Was it chosen for growing well with little natural light?
light plants, in fact they perform best in very well lit areas. The reflection of light from the bright surfaces of the staircase allowed light from above to wash the upper foliage of the bamboo. Thanks for your question!
Cool stairwell tall bamboo plant. Might try this one
Tree growing in middle of stairs.
bamboo tree best idea in narrow place with little light
“Funky” — hrwa
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Living Room
Instead of indoor tree, big plant elevated on something
Elevated plant instead of tree
Big plant to center wall
large plant and vase
“Ceiling with Arch idea” — Linda
Riverhouse Living Room
Is the plant real or a really good fake? If fake, where can I get one?
I've been looking for an indoor palm like this.
like the plant belongs to the fern family
Think this is a Kentish Palm they survive in most indoor environments
the plant for living room or bedroom
with a plant. High-rise homes often have large columns that can make the corner space even more awkward. In this home a tall plant adds a wild shape and large sprigs of green to all the clean, modern lines and neutral colors.
7. Palm trees. If you want a dramatic vertical element with a tropical feel
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 palm (Chamaedorea elegans). Avoid majesty palm (Ravenea rivularis), even though it is widely sold as an indoor palm, queen
“Indoor palm” — pwkup
Kristina Wolf Design
11 Reviews
Are the plants real or really good fakes? If fake, where can I get them?
Hi, the trees look great with the tall window. What type are they? Thanks.
for the tree. How does it drain? Gardener told us our fig leaf tree had to have drainage, but we just don't like most of the ceramic pottery.
but the tree is actually planted in a large ceramic pot (with drainage) inside. The redwood box just hides it and creates more of a statement. You could also get a false top over the pot and put rocks on top so you cant see down into it.
Tall, leafy plants are a great way to fill up spaces with high ceilings.
beautiful real trees for decoration. Hence, the best way is to look for artificial trees and flowers.
Plant ideas - check with plant center for plant that would live
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