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Varied shades of green at the Secret Gardens of Sydney

Cool colours and beautiful textures with small leafed Westringia and Santolina(?) by Secret Gardens of Sydney. Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.

Ferns and other foliage plants spill over the sides of this hanging planter, which lines the edge of Bracero Cocina de Raiz, a Mexican restaurant in San Diego.

Ferns and other foliage plants spill over the sides of this hanging planter, which lines the edge of Bracero Cocina de Raiz, a Mexican restaurant in San Diego. Planter design by Tend Living

Gorgeous tropical poolside retreat!

O lar da artista Tomie Ohtake

A productive urban garden with a tropical feel. Photography: Claire Takacs | Story: Australian House & Garden

Ripe For The Picking: A Productive Urban Garden

Horticulturist Hendrik Van Leeuwen’s garden is a shining example of a productive urban garden and shows how we could make better use of our backyards.

A dense garden of cactuses and exotics surrounds the lap pool at Dar Al Hossoun, in Taroudant, Morocco. T Magazine. Pics by Simon Watson

Lost in Time

A backyard in a desert region made to be a cactus and succulent sanctuary; nothing to mow, and everything thrives in an arid environment yet looks lush and green.

Thomas Woltz

The Expansive Designs of Landscape Architect Thomas Woltz

A carpet of green underfoot among the pavers, dense ferns reach out from their contained space, vertical growth to increase the garden's expanse Thomas Woltz

naruse inokuma architects | green bathroom concept house vision, 2013

naruse inokuma architects green bathroom concept house vision 2013

the housing concept envisions the structure as an element used to support a three dimensional interior garden, a natural space that inverts traditional notions on 'inside' and 'outside'.

Bromeliad garden filled exclusively with unusual and rare bromeliad plants.

Bromeliad garden filled exclusively with unusual and rare bromeliad plants. I am hoping to create something similar, with ferns mixed in for texture.

Tropical garden

note how the curved shape of the pond make this fantastic garden even more interesting to gaze at.

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