Rock GardenTropical Landscape, Miami

White African Irises (grassy looking plants), Crepe Myrtle trees, Porchulaca, and Bromeliads.

There is another pic of the Porchulaca open in my file. They are very showy and only open in the sun. Close when cloudy and at night.

Photo of a tropical landscaping in Miami. —  Houzz
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slyhoff wrote:May 9, 2013
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    The curbing I had professionally installed. Everything else I did myself with my husband. A tremendous amount of work, but it was worth it because we love the outcome and it has lasted for a very long time.

    Maybe you can find a landscaper that will do something similar though.

    Good luck!
  • skflorida
    thank you very much. I appreciate your response
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

amyrenea
Amy Renea added this to Brighten Any Garden With White Crape MyrtleSeptember 1, 2012

It’s also a good understory plant, so it can be placed under larger trees and still shine. The beauty of this plant is that it fits in with tropical plants down South just as seamlessly as with the hardier plants in my zone 6 Pennsylvania garden.

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darcyhislop
darcyhislop added this to BedroomMarch 1, 2018

the island near lawn walkway cold include a tree somewhere near the middle. I really like the olive trees as they can be trimmed bonsi style etc.

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