14 buil in day bed Tropical Landscape Design Photos

Ami Saunders, MLA
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Tropical Backyard
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raise the bedding plants?
Raised bed along fence
Short raised stone rimmed bed
raised bed...backyard some day...Raised beds...garden bed
“grass + tiering” — jenniferannjarrett
Aquascape Inc.
4 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
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with a day bed
“I love the character of this gazebo.” — Angel Cedarleaf
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical
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few warm days that our Vancouver — or any other maritime climate — offers, cannas, coleus and sweet potato vines literally explode. Be ready. USDA zones: 8 and up Water requirement: Moist but well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 6 feet tall Seasonal interest: Summer and fall When
few warm days that our Vancouver — or any other maritime climate — offers, cannas, coleus and sweet potato vines literally explode. Be ready.
few warm days that our Vancouver — or any other maritime climate — offers, cannas, coleus and sweet potato vines literally explode. Be ready.USDA zones: 8 and upWater requirement: Moist but well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 6 feet tallSeasonal interest: Summer and fallWhen to plant:
“planter for front or side” — rainney
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Canna 'Pretoria'
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once the days warm up, and they'll continue the show until the first frost. Grow them in containers so they get a head start indoors in winter and bring them back indoors when the nights get frosty. You can either water them sparingly through winter or rinse off the soil and store them, replanting in
once the days warm up, and they'll continufe the show until the first frost.l Grow them in containers so they get a head start indoors in winter and bring them back indoors when the nights get frosty. You can either water them sparingly through winter or rinse off the soil and store them, replanting in
once the days warm up, and they'll continue the show until the first frost. Grow them in containers so they get a head start indoors in winter and bring them back indoors when the nights get frosty. You can either water them sparingly through winter or rinse off the soil and store them, replanting in containers
“Focus area” — sylviag
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Tropical Containers
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one day I will have this water fountain
perfect for beds, borders, container plantings and cut flower arrangements, and as ground covers. Because of the wide range of sizes and heights, be sure to know the mature height of the dahlias you wish to grow to avoid planting a 5-foot giant in the front of your perennial bed. Dahlias do well with a lo
within 30 days of planting, and again 30 days later. Do not overfertilize — with dahlias, fertilizers produce foliage, and adequate watering leads to flowering. Gardeners who live in zones colder than zone 8 should cut the foliage back when it has withered from the first freeze, then dig up and store the
“This water feature is too ornate for me - want something with clean, contemporary lines” — angelsh
Garden spaces
bajanianna
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Does this bed get full sun at any time?
of the day as far as I remembered. The reddish long leaf plant is a heliconia..
tropical bed with burly marx and more
full beds so no weeding
plants, beds...flower beds
“Bck yard tropical” — bilalcheema
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
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raised bed and tight space against a fence. Looking for small palms that won't grow too tall (under 12 feet ?). Or something with palm-like foliage that doesn't get too bushy (ie cascade palm has been recommended, but looks a bit bulky.) cheers !
built in day bed...bed cut into garden
“F” — Wai Yan
tennischik
Backyard Beach
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rainy days or storms, do you ever cover the "sandpit" with a tarp or anything? We are thinking of doing something like this but we are uncertain if we should be protecting our sand from rainy days!
flower beds. I heard if you lay a big rubber snake near , they won't come near. But you have to move it around everyday or so because they figure it out over time. That's a cute area you have.
“hammock” — jmsteele73
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