Tropical garden

note how the curved shape of the pond make this fantastic garden even more interesting to gaze at.

Build a Backyard Waterfall and Stream | The Family Handyman

Build a Backyard Waterfall and Stream

Build a Backyard Waterfall and Stream This cascading stream flows into a gravel bed, not a pond, so it stays clean with little maintenance! This would belong in my dream yard

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An old favourite - multi-coloured Hawaiian Rose cordyline, and beehive gingers accompany pendulous, waxy bracts of the superb Heliconia chartacea, ‘Sexy Pink. very lush but how much water is required?

Great Gardens with Graham Ross - Yahoo7

Great colour in the foliage. Perhaps we could incorporate a canopy / walkway through the back garden? Great Gardens with Graham Ross - Better Homes & Gardens Magazine

Curcuma

Curcuma/ Curcumas are sometimes referred to as the `hidden ginger lily` primarily because of the lush, dense foliage that surrounds the blooms.

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10 plants you can't kill

Not a green thumb? Consider these 10 hardy plants that are perfect for novice (or neglectful) gardeners!


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If you've never really been a green thumb, these hardy plants should help you out!

10 plants you can't kill

Not a green thumb? Consider these 10 hardy plants that are perfect for novice (or neglectful) gardeners!

El Arish Tropical Exotics: Lush Tropical Plants for Australia: Cold Hardy Tropical Plants: Tropical Plants for Cool Climates like Melbourne and Sydney

It would be nice if everyone could live and garden on a tropical island but unfortunately we can’t. However with good species selec.

Inspiration - Garden Artisans - Australia | hipages.com.au

Inspiration - Garden Artisans - Australia | hipages.com.au

Dennis Hundscheidt's tropical garden, Queensland... superb!

This tropical garden has over a hundred different species of palms with a rainforest jungle comprising mostly of foliage plants

Alexander palms and cordylines reach toward the canopy. Below, *Trachelospermum jasminoides* ‘Tricolor’, one of the hardiest groundcover plants, spills from its raised bed.: [object Object]

Alexander palms and cordylines reach toward the canopy. Below, *Trachelospermum jasminoides* ‘Tricolor’, one of the hardiest groundcover plants, spills from its raised bed.

9. Choose Large-leafed Plants - 10 Ways to Create a Backyard Oasis - Coastal Living

10 Ways to Create a Backyard Oasis

Choose Large-leafed Plants - 10 Ways to Create a Backyard Oasis - Coastal Living Mobile

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Great colour in the foliage. Perhaps we could incorporate a canopy / walkway through the back garden? Great Gardens with Graham Ross - Better Homes & Gardens Magazine

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