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Here at the jungalow, the use of plants to liven up a space is paramount–but that doesn’t always mean that the plants have to be rooted in soil to have an amazing, freshening effect. Try using a large leaf in a glass vase to elicit the same result. It’s also a great trick to use while …

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The Rainforest Garden: DIY Mossy Tillandsia Wreath

The Rainforest Garden: DIY Mossy Tillandsia Wreath Inspiration; use birch wreaths as merchandise displayer for Tillandsias.

How to use mistletoe cactus for living art and holiday arrangements

The mistletoe cactus really makes this one. Ingredients: Driftwood (cleaned and free of salts) Sphagnum Moss (long grain works best) Twine Tillandsia (Air Plant) Mistletoe Cactus (Look for Rhipsalis with the Exotic Angel houseplants).

The Rainforest Garden: Tropical Color in the Summer Garden

GREEN & PURPLE - Tropical foliage and color! wandering jew and The Rainforest Garden: Tropical Color in the Summer Garden

Rainforest Books for Kids -- this selection is especially good for younger kids, focusing on the amazing plants and animals in the rainforests and not so much on destruction.

Rainforest Books for Kids

Ecosystem/Habitats - Rainforest Books for Kids -- this selection is especially good for younger kids, focusing on the amazing plants and animals in the rainforests and not so much on destruction.

We are pleased to offer premium Vanda Orchids. These highly coveted plants produce richly colored sprays of purple dappled blossoms that resemble stained glass.

Vanda Orchids

We are pleased to offer premium Vanda Orchids. These highly coveted plants produce richly colored sprays of purple dappled blossoms that resemble stained glass.

bit of romance to your boring shower? All you need is a hanging shower caddy, a plastic loofah, orchid bark and a few other epiphytic 'air' plants to turn a well-lit bathroom into a tropical spa getaway. Here's how to make your own!

bit of romance to your boring shower? All you need is a hanging shower caddy, a plastic loofah, orchid bark and a few other epiphytic 'air' plants to turn a well-lit bathroom into a tropical spa getaway. - Gardening For Life

Pacific Northwest Native Plant Database

Plants native to the Pacific north coast: red cedar, mose, sword fern, and lady fern

The stunningly beautiful colours of the Heliconia. Flowers of the Caribbean on St Kitts

Discover the natural treasures of St Kitts rainforest

Tjerk's choice - ELEMENT // The stunningly beautiful colours of the Heliconia. Flowers of the Caribbean on St Kitts

tropical plants and flowers | ... which has all kinds of orchids and other beautiful rainforest plants

Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome

Swiss cheese plants' iconic leaves help them to avoid stress, according to a US scientist.    Their familiar hole-riddled leaves allow the plants to capture sunlight more regularly, his research suggests.    The counterintuitive idea explains how such plants can survive in shady rainforests.    Commonly grown as house plants, they are found in the wild from southern Mexico to Colombia.

Why cheese plants are full of holes

Swiss cheese plants' iconic leaves help them to avoid stress, according to a US scientist. Their familiar hole-riddled leaves allow the plants to capture sunlight more regularly, his research suggests. The counterintuitive idea explains how such pla

Sydney Garden · Ian McMaugh

Ian McMaugh

The Redfern courtyard garden of Ian McMaugh. A curtain of mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis spp.) creates a sense of definition between the two zones in the garden. Production – Lucy Feagins/The Design Files and Georgina Reid/The Planthunter.

If your plant isn’t looking so hot, the shape and coloring of the leaves can give you a hint of what your plant needs. | 13 Ways To Not Kill Your Indoor Plants

If your plant isn't looking so hot, the shape and coloring of the leaves can give you a hint of what your plant needs.

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