Heliconias & Xanadu, Tiger Grass background

Urban oasis: Family-friendly garden makeover

Heliconias & Xanadu, Tiger Grass background

Our courtyard feature in the new Planted Magazine! Planted Magazine - Photographer: Hannah Blackmore - Stylist: Alana Langan

Our Garden feature in the brand new Planted Magazine...

Due to the relatively narrow base of this plant, it can be kept easily at one meter diameter, ‘Hot Rio Nights’ works well as a screen plant in narrow spaces. It fans out to 3 to 4 meters at the top giving plenty of coverage. No leaf drop makes it ideal for planting near swimming pools. It also works well as an accent plant or to fill a large space amongst other tropical plants. It can be a good alternative to Bamboo, it will stay true to size and perform for years given the right…

‘Hot Rio Nights’ works well as a screen plant in narrow spaces. It fans out to 3 to 4 meters. A good alternative to Bamboo

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use inexpensive welded wire fabric over rough sawn wood framing to support Hacienda Creeper vines. All this growth took less than one year. It& easy for them to climb the walls unassisted especially after we sandblasted the paint off the masonry block.

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