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Create a drought-friendly landscape. (Originally featured on a California-Friendly Landscape Contest hosted by Roger's Gardens in Orange County, CA)

Create a drought-friendly landscape. (Originally featured on a California-Friendly Landscape Contest hosted by Roger's Gardens in Orange County, CA)

Closer look at Red Abyssinian banana, Banana Gran Nain with Red Star cordyline, King Tut papyrus and Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Light Green sweet potato. Read more: http://www.finegardening.com/wisconsin-jungle#ixzz3nnMw8cDz Follow us: @finegardening on Twitter | FineGardeningMagazine on Facebook

Closer look at Red Abyssinian banana, Banana Gran Nain with Red Star cordyline, King Tut papyrus and Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Light Green sweet potato. Read more: http://www.finegardening.com/wisconsin-jungle#ixzz3nnMw8cDz Follow us: @finegardening on Twitter | FineGardeningMagazine on Facebook

Philodendron erubescens Imperial Red unfurls red-maroon leaves that become dark glossy green as they age, giving this tropical plant a lush decorative appearance. Strong compact growth, it needs no support and is ideal for pots and containers. Can be grown inside in a brightly lit position. Supplied in a 50mm pot. Orders containing this item …

Philodendron erubescens Imperial Red unfurls red-maroon leaves that become dark glossy green as they age, giving this tropical plant a lush decorative appearance. Strong compact growth, it needs no support and is ideal for pots and containers. Can be grown inside in a brightly lit position. Supplied in a 50mm pot. Orders containing this item …

The Staghorn fern ~ Another gorgeous Australian rainforest inhabitant for the shady garden... seednation.com

The Staghorn fern ~ Another gorgeous Australian rainforest inhabitant for the shady garden... seednation.com

Australian Botanical Illustration Corymbia maculata Spotted Gum artist: Edward Minchen (1862-1913) from: 'The Flowering Plants and Ferns of New South Wales - Part 6' (1897) by J H Maiden NSW Government Printing Office Painted as Eucalyptus maculata

Australian Botanical Illustration Corymbia maculata Spotted Gum artist: Edward Minchen (1862-1913) from: 'The Flowering Plants and Ferns of New South Wales - Part 6' (1897) by J H Maiden NSW Government Printing Office Painted as Eucalyptus maculata