155 organic gardening tips Tropical Home Design Photos

Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
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
“i like” — Hoang Anh Ly
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Tie in garden space with house, accessorising
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 of a Patio Garden11 Inspirational Small P
landscape company, Secret Gardens, to transform their expansive garden in Sydney’s northern peninsula into a resort-style hideaway. The silvered timber of the decking complements the environment, while the retro-inspired deckchair is in just the right spot to appreciate the lush garden.
back and relax with a good book. Although it's close to the house, the surrounding ferns offer a feeling of being in the middle of a dense forest. Tip: If you have a shady area of the yard, ferns are a great choice. Not only do they fill a lot of space, but they are also low maintenance and offer texture
“Deck and garden” — lkinstalling
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
A private zen garden outside the office
Love, love, love, love, love the chairs. Zen garden.
Could we fit chairs in the entry garden?
If your tropical garden might need to be protected in winter, consider confining it to a patio and pots. Enjoy it through the summer months, then bring it indoors.Design tip: Add outdoor lighting to complete the mood, whether it's candles, a fire pit or subtly placed spotlights and downlights. One of
and require trimming or division to keep them from making the garden seem even more snug. Start with a solid backbone of hardy evergreen shrubs and ground covers and an inviting paved area so that visitors (and yourself) can enjoy the garden. Then bring out the big guns.
“the chairs” — loyalda
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Hawaii Pavillion House
extremely organic use of geometric pavers
love conceptually the idea of a shaded path leading through a lush, tropical garden, preferably opening up into some type of indecipherable space with statuary and water.
This garden features a modified yatsuhashi pattern to add invaluable interest to an allée of palms. The offset tiles are interplanted with a low ground cover in an effort to slow the garden visitor so that he or she will notice the majestic impact of this design. In addition, the path leads the eye onward
“palms” — derekvaughn
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
San Carlos Residential Hawaiian Garden
It looks like a desert garden. I like it.
love integrating the garden into the rock wall with the steps! great way to have a veggie garden and save space
Liked the steps and garden on side
Not so formal, but a nice transition between "safe" garden and "open" garden
Garden steps in a terraced garden
San Carlos Residential Hawaiian Garden
rockery garden...love the garden...fence and garden...step to garden
“curved steps” — seallen
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living with green practices in mind will increase your awareness about sustainability. Try these easy tips and see how accessible, enjoyable and design-friendly living green can be. If you've got a good tip for saving resources at home, please share it in the comments! Next: Browse more home design photos
“covered patio” — ashliewinner
Michael A. Gilkey, Inc.
3 Reviews
Gulf to Bay Garden
I have 11,000 square feet of land . Is it enough to build a 8 bedroom duplex house with a lovely drive way and garden?
Each site has it's own limitations and constraints. The shape and size of your garden would depend on the layout of the lot and the layout of the building. Bringing in a design professional like a Landscape Architect in the beginning of the project to help aid you in how to, and where to place your building
scroll work metal side gate - increased density of curls & blunted tips would be more pet / toddler friendly
“Pretty gate” — bethanynick
Lost West
3 Reviews
Santa Monica
Stone walk way to or through a garden
we could use different bed mat. for diff. areas. ... ... like areas where we are likely to use salt for ice -- non trackable and non organic. humm mmm mmm. just keep the stones close together and deter weeds... crushed gravel I guess.
side garden...Stone garden
“Recycled concrete” — karp
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