198,523 tropical garden Home Design Photos

Tropical Landscape
using pots on sloped garden area
Lush and tropical plantings create a true getaway in this yard.
Potted plants can be integrated into a garden planted into the ground.
Lush foliage is essential. A tropical garden is not the place for the plant collector who wants every plant to have its own spotlight position. Tropical gardens
9b to 11) and tree ferns (Cyathea cooperi, zones 9 to 11) could have been shot in Hawaii, but this photo was actually taken in Seattle. By staging tropical plants in ceramic urns in staggered heights amidst soft greenery, AHBH Landscape Architecture has set a stage than can be easily dismantled before
getting burned by slowly moving the plants to a shady area outdoors. Houseplants appreciate the fresh rainwater and humidity that they receive in the garden, and you'll appreciate the exotic vibe that they lend to your backyard retreat.
“Tropical garden” — sentosa15
Modus Custom Residences
British West Indies
Beautiful garden. Can anyone tell me the name of the shrub on the left
combination of tropical plants
Tropical garden banana palm
stunning tropical garden
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“i love the walk to the beach” — Annette Woods
Designscape Inc.
Beautiful garden!! How much time, effort and water does it take to maintain this type of garden?
Can you tell me the names of thr plants in this picture? I'm new to gardening and I'm trying to piece together a ggarden for my home. Thank you in advance!
Garden ground covers on a rise
garden color schemes
My own tropical paradise
Nice design for the garden
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“stone boarder” — dtorre327
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Master Bath and Garden
The Master Bath opens to a lush tropical garden. A coper soaking tub is the central visual feature and also a great place to relax and enjoy the sweet Hawaiian breeze. Photo: Mary E. Nichols
Overlooking a tropical garden in Hawaii, this showstopping copper tub is set upon black river stones. This kind of luxury doesn’t come cheap; similar tubs retail for about $13
rock surrounding to bathtub with large garden.
gold tub in pebbles with green garden
Feeling as if you are bathing in the garden
Overlooking a tropical garden in Hawaii, this showstopping copper tub is set upon black river stones. This kind of luxury doesn’t come cheap; similar tubs retail for about
14. Overlooking a tropical garden in Hawaii, this show-stopping copper tub is set on black river stones. This kind of luxury doesn’t come cheap; similar bathtubs retail for about
“Walk in shower. (Incredible outdoor bathroom!)” — laurram
Impressions Landscape - Design
4 Reviews
bali in burraneer
Love tropical look. The way whole garden is private
What makes this tropical feel? - the greens n the flooring.
Plan 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
encourages you to stay outside throughout the evening, a mix of tropical plants and a stately palm shading the entire space.
foundation plantings and other small areas. Windmill palm is another favorite for temperate climates because of its versatility and resilience. Gardeners in zones 8b to 9 have even more palm choices forn their palette, since the freezes there aren't quite as harsh. Radicalis palm (Chamaedorea radicalis
“Love the plants. the way the pool and deck are arranged.” — mariapanama
1 Review
Castelldefels - Aragó
A pea gravel patio bordering a tropical garden
I love the tropical look and the red fence. It would only
Shown: A pea gravel patio bordering a tropical garden
A colored fence adds great color to the garden
among gardeners about the efficacy and value of this fabric, and although I have always found it helpful, I encourage you to read up about the pros and cons before making your decision.Shown: A pea gravel patio bordering a tropical gardenMore: Browse hundreds of photos of gravel and granite garden paths
“plants, mulch” — mrsbaccus
The Green Man Garden & Landscape
The Green Man Garden & Landscape
this garden looks lovely live in GB would they be ok really love leaf coloured plants thank you.
Even when small, tropical foliage is distinctive. Sharp-edged and spikelike win out over soft and fluffy, and a common leaf description may often include the word "leathery." It's meant in the best way: Leaves are thick and resilient.
“Mulch” — hoyttytoytty
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Bring a touch of the tropical retreat to inner city living
A private zen garden outside the office
Love, love, love, love, love the chairs. Zen garden.
microclimate, making them ideal for growing tropicals.When using tropical plants in small areas, a little goes a long way. Don't add too many plants right away, since many will quickly outgrow their space and require trimming or division to keep them from making the garden seem even more snug. Start with a solid
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
“Rocks” — loreyna2003
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