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Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
indoor trees with skylight, pebbles. Stairs also
trees and rocks inside can do where the current lowers porch is
indoor landscape with ricks and path
The most serious threat 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
“Escaleras y tragaluz” — Sara Segovia Torres
Gallery Loft
What type of plant is that?
where can you buy or what's the name of the plant, please? Thank you.
It is a Madagascar Dragon Tree.
it looks like a yucca plant to me
ready to be planted in soil.
Madagascar Dragon Tree indoor plants/needs lots of light
do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot.
interiors will benefit from this tree.Light: A bright spot by a window is ideal.Water: About once a month, when the soil feels slightly dry, water thoroughly until the water drips through the drainage holes. Discard water in the drainage saucer where possible – do not allow plant to sit in water otherwise the
it in water; in a few weeks, two new stems will grow from the cut. It is then ready to be planted in soil.See more about growing Madagascar dragon tree
“Madagascar dragon tree” — christinabezalel
The Works
9 Reviews
Portland Modern Mix
What is the name of the large tree to the left of the fireplace? Thank
They are next to the fireplace and one has the tree limbs in it.
not a tree that would normally live indoors.
two weeks! The tree is hearty and easily throws out new branches each year.
That is a branch in a vase not an actual tree. Probably not
Clean lines. Neutral palette with and indoor/outdoor feel. Calming effect!
glass bottles, faux tree branches and hanging lantern floor lamp are great décor choices for this naturalistic living room.
nature...the tree looks awesome... maybe more modern seating
Very clean design with a hint of nature indoors
De la fraîcheur Oui aux fleurs, mais aux fleurs fraîches. Séparez-vous des vieux bouquets fanés ou séchés, évocateurs de mort. Gare aux plantes dont les feuilles sont rigides et pointues, aux arbustes à pics qui, comme le cactus, ne diffusent pas de bonnes énergies.
“plant in vase” — ac1536
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
What kind of indoor tree is this? Was it chosen for growing well with little natural light?
which allowed for its placement within the narrow confines of the staircase opening from ground level through upper level. Bamboo are not low 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
Cool stairwell tall bamboo plant. Might try this one
Tree growing in middle of stairs.
“Lights in cluster” — t27k31
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
“Cream” — jenniferkiyokohansen
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Orchard Living Room
One more question -- Could you please tell me the type of potted plant in the corner? Where can it be purchased? Thanks so much :)
like some sort of Yucca tree!
I wish I could - the plant is rented and maintained by a Chicago service called Plant Parenting.
Draecena plant adds interest but looks airy.
furniture and plant. Look into plant for living room. Like the
Madagascar Dragon Tree - indoor plant
ready to be planted in soil.
Madagascar Dragon Tree - by window
Dragon tree has minimal needs and nearly mess-free growth. It's the perfect plant for a bright corner spot, and as long as you don't allow it to get bone dry, and you keep it free of pests and dust, it should flourish.
6. Madagascar Dragon TreeWith its low light and water needs, and compact, structural
“Painting” — kamosh
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
bluestone terrace bordered by perennials and a low stonewall, creates a space for entertaining on the south side of the house. Large trees of 8" and 10" caliper were planted to add a feeling of maturity to the landscape while creating a sense of intimate scale. Photo Credit: Westphalen Photography
It looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
Which plant is this with the purple color?
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
The purple plant looks like salvia
That is a Japanese Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
Bush / tree with whitish blooms
Japanese lilac tree surrounded by purple flowers, etc. It's growing on me.
“Wow” — 44eaglet
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.
Looks like the plant belongs to the fern family
Take my outside plants and move them lnside
Get strategic with your house plants! An easy way to create a certain ambience in your home and its good for you too!
Think this is a Kentish Palm they survive in most indoor environments” “Palm trees are good against windows for the lines.” “like the plant for my living room” “indoor palms - kentia palm (howea forsteriana), sentry
Bring in some life 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.
“Plant” — buthaina_g
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