Bromeliads make a beautiful lower story. Most bromeliads require frequent water, love humidity and filtered to shady spots.

Like the succulent look but very colorful Bromeliads make a beautiful lower story. Most bromeliads require frequent water, love humidity and filtered to shady spots.

We were influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in our coastal neighbourhood and overseas, too," she says. "Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well!"

Wendy's Balinese-Inspired Garden

Influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in the coastal neighbourhood and overseas. Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well!

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Lush tropical planting and informal path. Pinned to Garden Design by Darin Bradbury. Walkway would also look great in non-tropical woods. I like having space for lanterns.

Use Bromeliads of different colors and heights and "layer" them as shown here. Bromeliads do well in full sun on the  cooler windward side of the Hawaiian Islands........on the dry Lee side, they need to be in part shade.

Use Bromeliads of different colors and heights and layer them as shown here. Bromeliads do well in full sun on the cooler windward side of the Hawaiian Islands.on the dry Lee side, they need to be in part shade.

A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.

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Last weekend, feeling the need for some more tropical inspiration I drove up to Sunnybank in Queensland to visit Dennis Hundscheidt’s open garden. Heavy rain and flash flooding had been forecast fo…

Last weekend, feeling the need for some more tropical inspiration I drove up to Sunnybank in Queensland to visit Dennis Hundscheidt’s open garden. Heavy rain and flash flooding had been forecast fo… - Gardening Aisle

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