3,857 red plant Tropical Home Design Photos

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LOTUS RIDGE
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What is the name of the taller burgundy plant with no loWere limbs?
What is the name of the taller burgundy plants that do not have lower limbs? Can it
see there are several types of ti plants in the picture, what is the
I see there are several types of ti plants in the picture, what is the specific
What are the names of the ground cover plants?
Dypsis Pembana The red tall plants are a mix of hybrid Cordyline Fruticosa (commonly called Ti plants in Hawaii)
I planted a similar plant called a banana
will these plant choices do well in direct sunlight?
Can you tell me the names of thr plants in this picture? I'm new to gardening and I'm trying to piece together
Grants Gardens
Siesta Key Beach Front
Ideabooks2,142
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Colorful and hardy tropical plants on Siesta key
that pink plant behind the bench called?
The plant has thick, fern- like leaves. Does anyone know the name?
I thought it was Red Ti, I think there both in the same family.^^^
i love the colors, heights, and textures of the plants
What is the plant behind the...It's a Red Ti leaf plant...Red Ti and Zamia furn. Red Ti
“colors” — Lauren Stopnitzky
Natalie Younger Interior Design, Allied ASID
13 Reviews
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks6,626
Questions5
Hi! What is the name of the tall plant with green and red leaves?
Beautiful Ti plants. i grow them in Santa Monica and they are doing great! This looks like a
The green and red leaves are ti also? I thought it was just the larger, wider green leaves that
red plants...Like tall red plants...Red colored plant...plants up near deck...tropical potted plants patio
“lights in ceiling” — kathleenkau
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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John F. Heltzel AIA Architects
8 Reviews
Key West Backyard
Ideabooks991
Questions2
accents along with the detail under the roofline. I also like the pops of red plants to accent the steps
dirt and plants around pool...red plant...Red plants
“Deck floor” — squev002
Rick Ryniak Architects
Bali House
Ideabooks4,338
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Evelyn ... Perhaps the tropical plants won't survive
red plants...red plants and spacing...Splashes of red...Plants for front atrium....Zen with red...Tropical, palms, plants...Plants to the left...Wall art, plants
“decorate side of garage on garden walk to front door” — kathleenkau
Broward Landscape, Inc.
15 Reviews
Front Yard Landscape
Ideabooks1,414
Questions2
What is the red leaf plant and can it take full Texas sun?
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 textures and colors. The dark river rocks with the red and green in the plants.
I like the black rock and plants on this picture
boulders to protect plants from roma
“border” — k329dolan
Modus Custom Residences
British West Indies
Ideabooks9,426
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what is the tall oval shaped plant? I'd love to know for my yard! Thanks!
That spikey red plant is so pretty. Would you please tell me the name?
is a horrible invasive plant in Australia.
Cordyline " red sister"...The red and green combination...Cordyline Red Sister...Beautiful red TI plants !!...red plants...Beautiful planting...Plants and walkway to water...The path and the plants...Red grass and palm...Traveler Palm, helaconia(red )
“Yard” — jeishkal
Utopia Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Cooparoo 3
Ideabooks5,147
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What are the plants in the foreground and the trees in the background?
What are the trees planted next to fence in background? Thank you
palings with 50mm top cap. Trees are Randia fitzelanii planted 1m from fence.
What kind of plant/trees are on the right side of the photo, set up like
cheaper option? Planting out to soften. Hedge like
the setting place embedded deeper and the planting around is perfect
“Hedge” — michelleandsam
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