Dwarf Westringia

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.

urban garden

Small Urban Garden with Lots of Green by Rees Roberts + Partners LLC. Love the green wall.

tropical border

GREEN AND LUSH tropical border.See several items that love our Louisiana summers and survive practically all winters in the ground

Love tropical plants in the garden

Simple and clean lines contrast with bold green foliage to create a lush tropical oasis. The main focus of the space is the glass edged pool flanked by tall leafy plants, creating privacy and a sense of enclosure.

Planting for privacy - Bambusa 'Slender Weaver'

Planting for privacy - Bambusa 'Slender Weaver'. Invasive - plant in pots, hidden with ground cover such as these ferns.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, Ficus Lyrata

The fiddle leaf fig tree (or fiddle-leaf fig) is this year's "it" house plant. Maybe next year's, too. Here are tips to care for a fiddle leaf fig.

nerve plant (Fittonia spp.) The Design Files x The Planthunter

The bright lime green of Elephant ear (Xanthosoma aurea) provides a bold contrast to the smaller variegated green and white leaves of the nerve plant (Fittonia spp.) and the silver and red leaves of the friendship plant (Pilea involucrata).