10,030 plants on walls Tropical Home Design Photos

Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
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The plant is Crocosmia 'Bright Eyes'. It's a corm (like a little bulb) and blooms in the later part of summer. August/September here in Vancouver. Hummingbirds love this plant and this particular cultivar blooms a really long time. Plant in full sun! There are lots of cultivars
'Lucifer' is another great one that's taller and has red flowers. Google it and you'll get more info. You can purchase it as a corm to plant or nurseries have plants in bloom for sale in July, August , Sept. I hope this helps!
ing planter and definitely will show off any plant combinations to change with the season -- I can see mixing plants with various colored squash - Halloween..and yes, X'mas holiday with bright red poinsettias!
“that's a great-looking planter and definitely will show off any plant combinations to change with th” — panmika2014
D for Design
7 Reviews
Noela - Honolulu Hawaii
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goes with the floor, wall, and trim colors
dk wood floor light walls baseboard
Check if peace lily plant is nontoxic
Peace Lillie's are on NASA's too ten list if air filtering plants.
The peace lily's popularity is no accident. Caring for this plant is pretty straightforward, because it thrives in normal indoor temperatures, and when
plant for living room or bedroom.
Peace lily plant - rids air of toxins, needs little light
I'm looking for indoor plants I can't kill
with many other houseplants, which also means it's a great plant for offices, bedrooms and hospital rooms. If that's not enough, it also blooms with lovely white bracts that last from a few weeks to two months in the spring. Well-cared-for plants may bloom again in the fall as well. Note: Most peace lilies
“Bench” — gwu1993
Broward Landscape, Inc.
10 Reviews
Front Yard Landscape
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Please, what is the red plants under the tree?
Thank you for the question. The plants are a type of Codiaeum Variegatum. Commonly known as Mammey Croton. There are many types of crotons and they are great way to add color without having to maintain flowering plants.
like the rock wall. would like to see bird of paradise plant and some tall drought tolerant plants.
like the little pink yucca type plant
“backyard” — Albert Newson
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Codiaeum variegatum ‘Petra’ with Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple'
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Tips for using house plants outside
amongst other plants) and bring these tough beauties indoors when the weather cools. Design tip: This same trick also works well for other houseplants, such as coleus, dracaena and the always-popular ficus varieties.
Croton, really cool tropical plant, good way to add vibrant colors!
"A great option for gardeners anywhere is croton (Codiaeum variegatum). These brightly colored plants, more familiar as houseplants, will thrive outdoors when it's warm enough. Simply bury the pots in the ground (or hide them amongst other plants) and bring these
gardeners anywhere is croton (Codiaeum variegatum). These brightly colored plants, more familiar as houseplants, will thrive outdoors when it's warm enough. Simply bury the pots in the ground (or hide them amongst other plants) and bring these tough beauties indoors when the weather cools. Design tip:
“Note about crotons to bury pots in the ground and bring in for winter.” — Nell Jean
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
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air plants good for vertical walls
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite large.
great plant for me to have all over the house, do research on air plants
Stroke this little "pet" air plant (Tillandsia xerographica) and you'll want to own it. Its gray-green foliage is stunning, and the curved blades make it feel soft, not spiky.
Stroke this little "pet" air plant (Tillandsia xerographica) and you'll want to own it. Its gray-green foliage is stunning, and the curved blades make it feel soft, not spiky.
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite large.
“Tillandsia xerographica.” — Estudio Castaño
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Bathroom
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i like the big leaf plant in the picture
i like the big leaf plant in the picture , what is the name of the plant, can you please advsie, thanks!!
Outside feel of the bathtub. Hanging plants
#5: Watering Your Plants from Inside the Tub Perhaps, these plants were watered
cannot help but go gaga over these plants surrounding the tub.
Glass ceiling. - Plants. (-:
Bathroom - outdoor feel, indoors; hanging glass candle holders, plants, stepping stones, ground colors on floor
“Very cool - interesting tub shape - love the wood "stepping stones"” — jlp8355
Broward Landscape, Inc.
10 Reviews
Front Yard Landscape
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What is the red leaf plant and can it take full Texas sun?
Thank you for your question. This is a Cordyline Fruticosa. Commonly called a Ti Plant. There are many varieties in many colors. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these need at least partial shade.
The Hybrid crown of thorns in front .......and..... the red Tai Plant
I like the black rock and plants on this picture
I like the combination of textures and colors. The dark river rocks with the red and green in the plants.
Love the rock and "red" plants
“Its beautiful” — sunanda
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Tropical garden and pool area in a Miami residence.
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big leafed plant in pot, "bird cage" with plants inside, large candle stand vs. hanging lantern
I like the bird cage with the plants
of yellow-green rather than bright red of the plant commonly known as 'red-hot poker', will stand out even against the bright green of typical tropical foliage. Design tip: Some common garden plants, such as impatiens and nasturtiums, are tropical plants at heart. You can find cold-tolerant varieties
look going by adding potted plants filled with foliage and bright tropical flowers, wicker or bamboo furniture, bright or rich fabrics and some fresh tropical fruit.
is a cool and shady retreat as well as a great transition from house to yard. Even if your patio isn't covered, keep the look going by adding potted plants filled with foliage and bright tropical flowers, wicker or bamboo furniture, bright or rich fabrics and some fresh tropical fruit.
“love it” — patricia2s
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