Tropical Landscape Bed - This lush bed contains only 4 plants. The contrast in heights & color give it a well-balanced look. All of the plants will work for zone 9 (except palm-see below for alternatives), but a very cold night or frost may cause some to have foliage damage or die back to the ground-returning in Spring. Christmas Palm Tree [Queen, Foxtail, and King best suited for zone 9]. Elephant Ear (Colocasia). Hawaiian Ti Plants (Cordyline Terminalis). Philodendron (Xanadu).

Good example of layering - can use these sorts of plants in most of your garden beds. So you've got tall palms at the back, the Elephant ear adds drama, the cordylines (red ones) colour, and the lower philodendron covers the ground.

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Walkway to the one of the buildings. Tropical Garden at Alam KulKul Boutique Resort - Jalan Pantai Kuta - Bali

Look at those lipstick bromeliads (if that's what they are called?) - Dennis Hundscheid's Gallery IMG_2398

The bright pink bromelaid style plant and the resist plant at the top centre of the picture

Dennis Hunscheidt Sunnybank

Dennis Hunscheidt Sunnybank

This Palm Beach county garden features different shades of green, coupled with textural differences, to form a tropical landscape. See more south Florida landscapes at www.pamela-crawford.com. Servicing all of Palm Beach county, including Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Wellington, town of Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and Jupiter.

This Palm Beach county garden features different shades of green, coupled with textural differences, to form a tropical landscape.

There is something romantic and exotic when tropical gardens are in question. Luckily, tropical gardens..

When it comes to tropical landscaping idea, all you need to arrange is some tropical trees such as banana tree or palm tree.

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