35 drought tolerant shade plant Tropical Home Design Photos

Utopia Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Cooparoo 3
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What is the name of the large leafed tree on the right and purplish plant in the planter
What are the purple green leafy plants in the
What is the name of the purple plant lining the front? Is it midwest Michigan friendly?
Rhoeo purple green drought tolerant plant in front
Use of deck against garage; screen with lights; modest but colorful plantings
Like the border of purple green plants
“RHOEO sugar plum fairy... Purple plant” — cbcruzer
Designscape Inc.
LOTUS RIDGE
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in the tropics (picture was taken in Hawaii). Every plant you see in this picture is a tropical plant and they can all survive in coastal Southern California
some good plants here...these may be coconut palms
dark mulch and plant leaf varieties...low purple plants, succulents stand out...like the oyster plants...Color, drought tolerant...Great purple plants...Plant beds...Tropical plants not too crowded...the plants
“planting” — lilla23wat
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Casa Morada
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Questions0
Beach plants can take heat drought blaaing sun
Natural looking edge of planted area, nice tree underplanted. Great curves.
receives less salt spray than the foredune, but plants used here must still be salt and drought tolerant. Depending on where you live, the subsequent
stones such as basalt are a useful and workable addition to gardens. Native plants are useful even in their afterlife, lending regional flavor via hardwoods
(Coccoloba uvifera), one of my personal favorites, is an excellent back-of-dune plant native to Florida.
“Grass along edge of path” — nebe77
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
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Robbins Garden
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Questions2
What type of plants line the walkway? Beautiful. Love your work.
It is Aspidistra elatior or the common name is cast iron plant. It loves shade in our southern coastal climate. ...
Pretty green plant lining the walkway...is it shade tolerant
love the cast iron plants flanking the walkway
plants on walkway for around tree...path w/cast iron plant down the sides
“For the bay” — appley
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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The tall white flowers look like Obedient plant to me.
would be cool for areas in the backyard for wild flowers that are drought resistant
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
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
“Blumen” — Baerbel Kurz
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Ideabooks13,433
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what is the variety of plant in the tall corner pot?
The plant in tall planter in the corner is a Phormium. I hope this helps!
Sculent plants tall planters curved chairs
The chairs and tall planted pots...planter to add height to plants...Long, low, drought tolerant planting...Corner garden plant...bench with plants...plant some seagrass in...Tall box then plant
“chair design” — bajafish
AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
Ideabooks3,387
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areas. Culture. Best grown in medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates an extremely wide range of soils, however. Will grow in up to 4" of
areas. Culture. Best grown in medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates an extremely wide range of soils, however. Will grow in up to 4" of
use of panels at each end with plants that grow
what's the name of the long plant?
“Back yard” — Elizabeth Arzate
Living Style Landscapes
2 Reviews
Buderim Meadows
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Questions1
Wood style/color for Back yard to plant against the walls
loves colour, so don’t be afraid to go bold with wall colour, flowering plants or artwork for impact. Ground bright colours with weathered timber finishes
finishes and natural stone.DESIGNER TIP: According to Elboz, tropical planting with colour is a key factor in creating a Bali-style garden.MOREIndonesian Houzz:
Interesting plants - what is the
“Wall colour & wood” — whytie2nd
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