7 birds eye maple Tropical Outdoor Design Photos

Dan Forer, Photographer
1 Review
Catherine's Hope, St. Croix, USVI
first thing in the am w/coffee and a lil praise to The Lord for allowing my eyes to wake up to that scenery! Beautiful!
Birds nest
“love the color” — ggsps
Peter Ivancovich Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Peter Ivancovich Landscape Design
This is stunning and very eye-catching! I'm stuck in a horrible snow belt so it was really nice to see the tropical plants! Well done!
Palm, bird of paradise
“love the colors” — santaclaus1
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Tropical garden and pool area in a Miami residence.
jasmine and the black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata, which can be grown as an annual) are other great choices.
and the bird cage. table and chairs are also a nice addition
big leafed plant in pot, "bird cage" with plants inside, large candle stand vs. hanging lantern
I like the bird cage with...bird cage planter...Bird cage
“plantas” — Juan Garcia
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
53 Reviews
Contemporary Landscaping Project
wanted us to sculpt the features we created in such a way as to center the eye of the viewer and draw it up and over the landscape to focus on the house
fountain. We chose a circular shape for the fountain both to center the eye and to work as a compliment to the curved elements in the home’s exterior
Bed of Orange Bird of Paradise
“Garden” — caz08
The Grass Is Always Greener Landscape Designs
7 Reviews
Bird's Eye View
Bird's Eye View
“I love Iris and the color palette with the purples is very nice.” — carol022
One Specialty Landscape Design, Pools & Hardscape
10 Reviews
Aquarius - Custom Swimming Pool - Flower Mound, TX
Bird's eye view of this custom swimming pool in Flower Mound, TX with natural rock waterfalls, an expansive colored concrete pool deck, and a custom designed
“Love the sunken area” — girls0369
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical
pavers featuring groupings of bold, colourful tropical planters to lead your eye throughout the space. The idea was to create a contemporary, modern, tropical
Boxwood, Japanese maple
“Like walkway with beds all around. Right angles = modern” — pcheramy
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