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Bromeliads grouped together in an oblong container bring a timeless taste of the tropics to this streamlined architectural space. The Guzmania rana blooms seen here closely resemble that of the ginger plant, so despite the plant's South
Bromeliads grouped together in an oblong container bring a timeless taste of the tropics to this streamlined architectural space. The Guzmania rana blooms seen here closely resemble that of the ginger plant, so despite the plant's South American origins, it actually looks very Asian and is a nice complement
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
Mountain View Master Bedroom
ceiling should be the color with white walls to look more tropical,
9. Leave spaces empty. Just as in art class, pay attention to the negative space; sometimes it’s exactly where balance is found. This shelving unit is striking in itself; the designer enhanced the balance by placing a similar object intermittently throughout, leaving the rest empty so the unit’s arc
The Front Door / Dwayne Carruth
The Front Door / Dwayne Carruth
courtyard with tiled pool and tropical landscaping
ons; usually grown as a houseplant, but they grow wild here in South Florida... We have one outside our bedroom window growing up a palm tree with leaves the size of large dinner plates!
Love this. I have always dreamer about building a home within an old building. Leaving the exterior walls up to create private courtyards. Just beautiful.
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
Siam Red (Musa acuminata 'Siam Red', zones 10 to 11) has intense orange-red leaves variegated with green. Red Abyssinian banana (Ensete ventricosum 'Maurelli', zones 9a to 11) is a banana relative that also has red leaves, but they are upright and give the plant the appearance of a shuttlecock. They
How to Use Banana PlantsIn containers. Whether you lack the space, live outside the tropics or just need a dramatic focal point in your container arrangements, there are several bananas with the right size for the job. Super Dwarf Cavendish (Musa acuminata 'Super Dwarf Cavendish', zones 9b to 11) is
Sutton Suzuki Architects
Pretty dining room in Hawaii. Tropical without being too coastal/kitschy. Dark woods help.
These arrangements are appropriate to leave out all day, every day. As a side note, aren't the skirted slipcovers on the dining chairs divine?
Give dining chairs character and elegance with a skirt. The pleats on these chairs give you that something special and still leave the legs exposed.
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
this plants it is can fine in Asia ? tropical zone
Big grasslike plant, is it too tropical?
the spiky shaped plants under a more delicately leaved tree
use of striking accent plants such as Flaxes (Phormium spp).In a small garden, Phormiums can be the key ingredient of the planting. Their straplike leaves not only offer a wide variety of foliage color — from traditional green to variegations of yellow, green, red and deepest purple — but also provide
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
I am doing something like this and am trying to decide on the size of rock. Is there a size rock that would make the "blowing leaves and dirt" away from the stones easier? Is smaller better or would that just allow more dirt to settle in the cracks? or does the small rocks all
If you blow leaves and dirt regularly out from among the stones there will be less accumulation of dirt.
Dominick Tringali Architects
Love the tropical colours for a conservatory
Keep the plant out of direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves.Water: Water thoroughly and allow the top 2 inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Soggy soil will cause the rhizomes (roots) to rot. With too much water, the leaves will turn yellow and fall off.Soil: Fast-draining medium soil