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Tropical Leaves

Tropical Garden grass and sedge wit rock and water and some big leaved plants

Purple Gladiolus Any of numerous plants of the genus Gladiolus native chiefly to tropical and South Africa having sword-shaped leaves and one-sided spikes of brightly coloured funnel-shaped flowers; widely cultivated

5 Very Rare Moringa Oleifera Drumstick Tree, Horseradish Tree Live Tree Seeds by WWW.MOTHERNATURES.... $1.09. The leaves have a protein content of up to 10%. may indeed be one of the most useful trees in the tropics. grated roots are prepared into a condiment with a taste not unlike horseradish. MOTHERNATURESGARDENSTORE will send you 5 very very rare seeds!. The Drumstick tree is widely grown around the world. Moringa oleifera Drumstick Tree, Horseradish Tree The Dr...

Jordan: A tropical mix of Orange Birds of Paradise, Orange Pin Cushions, Red Anthurium complimented with Green Tropical Leaves in a tall black ceramic vase.

Wyoming Giant Canna --- Zones: 8 to 10. Large vibrant blooms and broad tropical leaves arranged alternately around tall sturdy stems will add a touch of elegance to your garden and cut-flower bouquets. A mass planting will add a dramatic accent. Dig bulbs for winter storage.

A gravel path leads to a guesthouse, where Trainor supplemented an existing garden of yuccas and palm trees with succulent aeoniums and flowering euphorbias. Photo by Daniel Hennessy.

Houses & Gardens Article: Auckland tropical garden - NZ House & Garden - love the charcoal house & bright green leaves. The timber work adds warmth to the cream stone paving

Euphorbia is tropical plants with a lot of species. Some of them indentify as grass (perennials), bushes (shrubs), some of them have succulent characteristic or cactus character.

flower arrangements monstera leaves | Flower Arrangements: Ikebana, Tropical and Contemporary

Tropical arrangement with king protea, pin cusion protea, stock & green leaves

Traditional and contemporary centerpiece made using lavender roses, calla lilies, hydrangea, vanda and cymbidium orchids, grasses and tropical leaves.

Croton, red leaves, tropical plant good for planters

Grand Gesture - By Lehrer's Flowers - The calla lily symbolizes magnificent beauty and when mixed with graceful tropical leaves and arranged in a stunning bamboo dish, the results are extraordinary. White calla lilies, kale and tropical greens are delivered in a natural bamboo dish. Makes a grand gift!

Your very own tropical island! This would be a wonderful way to use those rocks and memorabilia I have collected from trips instead of leaving them in a drawer some where.

Hostas. Oh my! This Hosta looks like a tropical plant with the striping of it's leaves...

Cannas are all about color. Their leaves sport various shades of green and bronze, as well as variegation, and flowers bloom in shades of yellow, red, orange, and fuchsia. Standard cannas grow 4 to 10 feet tall. Or try dwarf varieties, which reach a mature height of just 1 to 2 feet and are excellent choices for containers. These tender perennials need to be dug in the fall and replanted in spring.

Dwarf Banana Tropical Flair for Your Home Imagine plucking tasty 4-in. bananas from your very own tree! 2- to 5-ft. plant adorned with large, glossy green leaves will produce fruit within 3-5 years. Potted

Sandpaper Vine / Queen's Wreath Vine: Petrea volubilis [Family: Verbenaceae] is an ever-green flowering vine native to Mexico and Central America. It has rough-textured leaves, and hence the common name Sandpaper-vine. It looks somewhat similar to a tropical Wisteria.

Philodendron Selloum Layers of rich green, deeply divided leaves makes philodendron selloum the star of South Floridas tropical gardening.

Cannas give container gardens vertical interest with their bright flowers dramatic large leaves. This tropical garden classic will create eye catching drama. Grow in full sun moist soil.

Canna- Add garden drama with cannas. Their big leaves and brilliantly colored blooms in shades of yellow, orange, red, and pink will instantly lend your garden a tropical feel. Dwarf cannas may only grow 3 feet tall; others soar to 8 feet or more.