683 flowers and plants. fountains Tropical Home Design Photos

D for Design
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D for Design - Noela Front Lanai - Honolulu Hawaii
underused porch with comfortable seating and side tables, along with a set of planted hanging baskets. More ambitious projects can include adding gingerbread
Potted plants...Potted flower...flower pot arrangement...Flower pots
“like green pots together” — dmparuk
Landscapes Orlando Florida
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Winter Park Orlando Water Feature
love the purple ish pink plants
Green plant with red flower/chute in middle
Small fountain
“Jardin” — Mary Luciani
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Tropical, modern small spaces
what is the plant used? the big one? thank you!
fountain as center piece of composition
black stones in plant bed...Wall fountain different view...another view of water fountain...Fountain by fence
“fountain” — pavla3767
Tropical Garden
What's the name of the ground cover plants?
These same flowers were recently planted at the entrance of my job. I'm curious to know if they are low
get infested with mealy bugs and those bugs eat their flowers. But, they are very inexpensive plants and every nursery has them including Lowe's and Home
design here in Florida. So, yes, they are low maintenance. They flower immensely. The flowers open in the sunlight and close when it gets cloudy out or when
like the purple flower and the white flower in pot
“River” — jlinsaudi
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Bold Plantings
What are these plants anyone? I need suggestions for a tropical garden in Calif central Valley...hot
Orange flowers would be good with blue flowers nearby.
Great colors; will these plants work in southeastern coastal Georgia?
Orange flower...fuschia flowers...cool flowers...norcal friendly plants...Bold Plantings
“Orange flower” — sabrina3
Secret landscape design oasis in Sydney
I love the whole look, the mass planting of kangaroo paws, the ornamental grass and the accent tree on the left of the photo
Like many other perennial plants, kangaroo-paw will benefit from being cut back hard at the end of its flowering season. It grows from an underground rhizome
statement with its bright velvety red flowers, and the display lasts for months on end.EXPERT TIP: After 5-7 years these plants start to loose their vigour. The
garden is so stylised it is almost Zen. Perhaps a red-leafed maple or a flowering quince could have been chosen for this position, but the kangaroo-paw does
it is a good idea to lift and divide clumps every few years to keep the plants strong and healthy.
“Like many other perennial plants, kangaroo-paw will benefit from being cut back hard at the end of i” — josieml
Reynlds-Sebastiani Design Services
1 Review
Sates St
containers that wouldn't be suitable for other soil-loving plants.
s in unusual containers that wouldn't be suitable for other soil-loving plants. You can also create a natural landscape look with an arrangement of rocks
bromeliads - easy flowers to grow.....rock plants...Stones and plants...Plant and rock...rock arrangement with plants
“bench” — susubarton
Schatz Landscape Design
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Waterfall Stream with Dry Creek
Low level plantings at the paver edge as well as at the stream bank sets the mood and interest to want to see more.
Adams low level plantings with pavers. Nice
near to AV flower bed idea...Low level plantings and ground cover...like the low edging plant...small plant for front border...low plantings...Border plants...Border plantings...plants and patio...layered tropical plantings
“Pavers on the outside of screen” — jfwilbur
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