Stuuuuuunning! Love the large leaf tropical look, slight overhang on deck, green in foreground
Giant-leafed plants in a tropical garden.
leaves of tropical plants grow big and bold, and are known for their rich colors and distinctive shapes. Design tip: Finding similar plants for cooler climates may be easier than you think. There are hardy bananas (Musa sp.) available, and elephant's ear or taro (Colcasia esculenta) can be grown as an annual
Love tropical look. The way whole garden is private
What makes this tropical feel? - the greens n the flooring.
how your tropical garden will fit into your overall landscape. It can envelop the entire yard and include all the amenities you'd find in a resort, as this space demonstrates. There's space for outdoor dining and relaxing, teaklike decking, a tropical-inspired accent piece, lighting that encourages you
mix of tropical plants and a stately palm shading the entire space.
lush, tropical setting into a room — something to be visited and occupied, rather than just observed. (Imagine an outdoor dining table plus six chairs instead and you'll see what I mean. They would dominate the space, making it impossible to view the plantings). I like to imagine having this space all
other tropical plants could eat up most garden statues like a Venus flytrap gobbles insects. This urn's simple shape does not distract from the shapes of the lush and exotic plants.