1,516 Native Plant Garden Tropical Home Design Photos

Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Golden Rock Inn, Nevis, West Indies
Ideabooks3,345
Questions1
What plants are used to create the landscaping on the right side of this photo? I see banana trees and elephant ears, but what are the other plants to create this space?
Landscaping with tropical plants and lush planting for privacy between houses. Love to have native/tropical palm mix.
Raymond Jungles is one of the finer garden designers working today. This garden in the West Indies has bold herbaceous plants and trees placed to create a romantic
Lush, walking into the unknown, secret jungle garden
lush with banana plants and other leafy stuff?
Jungles is one of the finer garden designers working today. This garden in the West Indies has bold herbaceous plants and trees placed to create a romantic experience. This isn’t natural but designed to feel of its place. Could this bold aesthetic be a model for your garden?
“garden” — oxagian
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks9,295
Questions4
of the plants located just behind the ferns along the steps
The plants have large stem like leaves and orange and white flowers.
Would you be able to tell me the name of the ferns near the deck and also the name of the tall plant with
Love the plants around the steps
Tie in garden space with house, accessorising with red & green
Good plants for under office windows
Planting en masse - beautiful. Wooden steps
nice! escape to the garden
provided by surrounding plants. Wooden steps to a beach chair overlooking the garden add a beachy touch to the scene.
Let tropical foliage come right up to your small deck's edges. Squares composed of deck planks continue the transition from this space into the rest of the lush garden.More:Harvest the Beauty
“Garden,steps” — jodycollins
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Davids Garden
Ideabooks2,772
Questions2
What is the name of the plant?
What is the name of the plant that has a large leaf hanging over the wood brige? Will it grown in Zone 9?
Use texture. Many gardeners grow tropical plants for their color, but you mustn't overlook the dramatic and architectural textures that they lend to the landscape as well. Every single texture in the photo here is provided by a tropical plant, yet gardeners outside the
Peaceful love these plant for my future backyard
garden (it does make a mosquito haven in the tropics, but it looks so cool)
Love the jungle with plants we have in the preserve.
Use texture. Many gardeners grow tropical plants for their color, but you mustn't overlook the dramatic and architectural textures that they lend to the landscape as well. Every single texture in the photo here is provided by a tropical plant, yet gardeners outside the tropics can get the same effects
“Plants” — omdshah
Grants Gardens
Siesta Key Beach Front
Ideabooks1,896
Questions3
Colorful and hardy tropical plants on Siesta key
What is that pink plant behind the bench called?
What is the plant behind the bench that looks like a prehistoric fern?
The plant has thick, fern- like leaves. Does anyone know the name?
It's a Red Ti leaf plant
This garden has some pretty plants.
Cardboard plant and dwarf fern palm in front of Camilla's?
I love all the different types of plantings
plants with orange and hot pinks
Nice garden right off the balcony. Like the concrete bench.
Garden design ? Adapt group planting arrangement
“Front of the house” — katiaalicia
Designscape Inc.
LOTUS RIDGE
Ideabooks5,526
Questions1
Please tell me the names of the plants. Thank you Bette
like the color of the plants
purplish plant moses small purple
Corner placement of plants
vertical red plants.
like the colors and plants
Very common plants in SU
plants, pathway, tiki torches
Plant identity...Tropical plants...purple plants?...Entry plants...Garden ideas...Garden colour...Purple low plants...leaf plants...Colour of plants...Pathway with plants...Tropical garden...Color of plants...Plant combination...Garden Entry/path
“Cordyline med height purplish plant moses small purple” — lmozaffari
Designscape Inc.
LOTUS RIDGE
Ideabooks11,801
Questions7
Beautiful garden!! How much time, effort and water does it take to maintain this type of garden?
What is the name of the taller burgundy plant with no loWere limbs?
What is the name of the taller burgundy plants that do not have lower limbs? Can it be grown in the lower 48?
are the names of the ground cover plants?
I see there are several types of ti plants in the picture, what is the
I see there are several types of ti plants in the picture, what is the specific name of the 3 clumped together just to the left of the palm tree near the center of the photo
Pembana The red tall plants are a mix of hybrid Cordyline Fruticosa (commonly called Ti plants in Hawaii)
I planted a similar plant called a banana tree, w/o the bananas in a shady spot in far Northern California. So far so good...
“taman” — firm name
ecopacheco
4 Reviews
Coral Gables Green Wall
Ideabooks16,703
Questions6
How are plants attached or held onto the wall?
not quite as clear as I would of liked regarding the cloth that is supplied to keep the plants moist, so try to carefully look at the pictures that are provided. (Light could of been better in photo) Love them! Plants seem to stay in no problem although I think I have birds that are exploring, so once in
Plants ideal to s e old climate. Colors so pretty.
“but where?” — siobhanclare
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks2,110
Questions2
The tall white flowers look like Obedient plant to me.
textures and colors of plants; looks very natural.
What do you like about this photo? Plantings
Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant
plant by back trees new opening
Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant. You can use an exuberant mix of colors, go for something bold or stick to softer shades. A color wheel can be a great guide for choosing colors, whether you want them to contrast or complement each other.Design tip: If you're new to designing
choose a theme color or colors, such as pinks, blues or purples, much like you would for colors inside a house. The different shapes of the individual plants you choose will give you variety; the repetition of color will have a calming and harmonious effect. As you get bolder, add a pop of contrasting color
“plant choices” — barbliles
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