1,420 tropical foliage Modern Home Design Photos

AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
Ideabooks19
Questions0
tropical foliage
colored foliage
“Patio Privacy screen Pathway” — cdyrek
Acres Wild
Form and Foliage
Ideabooks1
Questions0
tropical foliage
Form and Foliage
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Bayou House
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Simple and minimal mix of plant material. Use of ornamental grasses and semi-tropical foliage.
“Simple and minimal mix of plant material. Use of ornamental grasses and semi-tropical foliage.” — WCC Design
Northern Virginia Contractor
TrueBuilt is a residential and commercial contractor offering construction and design services in the Northern VA and DC Metro area.
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Modern Landscape
Ideabooks867
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These are Tropicanna cannas for certain - can tell by the multi-colored orange,burgundy, green leaves. They come in 3 colors of foliage: original, Gold and Black
Benefits: Easy to grow, tall and statuesque, pest resistant, interesting foliage, wide range of colors Best time to plant: 2 weeks after the last frost in your area for colder zones and anytime in zones 8-10 Seasonal interest: Foliage looks the best in late spring-mid summer, while the flowers put on a
- for pop of orange color in landscape - like the photo you added that used orange Dahlias... the Cannas will be less maintenance and have great foliage and flower color.
“Grasses and canna lily combo with slate path.” — steady77
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks7,677
Questions5
Extra large leaf foliage . A must have in the wind.
beautiful tropical feels. Lovely use of large scale pots
permanent, anchoring the base of a tree trunk. The chair is less so, but that's part of its charm. Plunked down here for a moment, the chair turns a lush, tropical setting into a room — something to be visited and occupied, rather than just observed. (Imagine an outdoor dining table plus six chairs instead and
Add an appropriately scaled architectural element. Large palm leaves and other tropical plants could eat up most garden statues like a Venus flytrap gobbles insects. This urn's simple shape does not distract from the shapes of the lush
tillandsia to giant forms such as the Vriesea imperialis (pictured above to the left of the brown pot and the chair). Bromeliads are grown for both foliage and flowers, and both can be spectacular. Easy to grow, they don’t even require soil, just bark pebbles or similar to anchor the roots. MAINTENANCE:
“Gardening” — maphanga
Incorporated
Laight Loft
Ideabooks677
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filled with enough water to cover the bottom of the stems. When choosing tropical leaves from a florist, make sure they are 100 percent intact and that no brown areas have been removed; removed areas a sign of unhealthy foliage that will quickly deteriorate. For a long-lasting bouquet: Wash the leaves
filled with enough water to cover the bottom of the stems. •When choosing tropical leaves from a florist, make sure they are 100 percent intact and that no brown areas have been removed; removed areas a sign of unhealthy foliage that will quickly deteriorate. For a long-lasting bouquet: •Wash the leaves
ow to get the most out of your tropical leaves: Tropical leaves will, if properly cared for, last significantly longer than most floral bouquets. If you're harvesting from your own garden (lucky
“birinci kat oturma odası rahat berjer alternatifi” — aylavr
Lilyvilla Gardens
3 Reviews
Lilyvilla Display Garden
Ideabooks1,500
Questions0
plants, mixed stone in pathway, big leafy trees mixed with lower foliage
Tropical with large pot
Love the foliage and plants
Little tropical area
tropical plants
“layers of privacy, no fence” — joaneoliver
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Winter Residence Remodel
Ideabooks6,042
Questions6
color. This entry’s design interest comes from various shades of gray in a variety of textures. The sparse planting picks up the muted tones, and the foliage’s shape and movement overcome the need for flowers.
color. This entry’s design interest comes from various shades of gray in a variety of textures. The sparse planting picks up the muted tones, and the foliage’s shape and movement overcome the need for flowers.
“White wall and Rocks!” — Annie
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