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    Devil's backbone (Pedilanthus tithymaloides 'Variegatus') Photo: James Missier, Garden Chronicles: Zig Zag Plant

    Tree Philodendron aka Split Leaf (Philodendron bipinnatifidum) This is my favorite interior/exterior plant ever! I have one in my room that I propagated in college that is now 8ft tall! Love the look of the plant : )

    Spherical Blue Agave

    ~ Pilea ~

    Rosemary is the easiest to grow and it grows quickly, so if you're looking to add topiaries to your garden or porch, this is the best plant to choose!

    Herb Garden

    Gold dust plant (Aucuba japonica), for dry shade in my front garden, and it's a lot more cold-hardy than you'd think.

    Yellow Milkweed @ Florida Native Plants Nursery I get tons of butterflies in my garden with these plants!

    nice! Consider planting your herb garden in sunken pots. They look clean and organized, and keep the herbs from spreading like crazy!

    Ice plant. My favorite little succulent :)

    Kalanchoe or "Mother of Thousands"-This unique plant reproduces by making "babies" that appear around the edges of each leaf, which can be gently pulled off and replanted. They will also fall off on their own and will continue to grow.

    Tillandsia Ionantha...aka..Sky Plant a very colorful bromeliad at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, FL. If you really enjoy Orchids, Bromeliads, Epiphytes, Hibiscus, etc...they have over 20,000 plants/flowers to enjoy on 9.5 acres...it's a plant/flower lovers destination if visiting Sarasota.

    Did you know that you can simply plant the top of a pineapple in a pot and grow another? (via Planting A Pineapple — Tickled Red - StumbleUpon)

    Golden Devil's Ivy Pothos

    Guaranteed Blooming Ionantha Air Plant displayed in Long Spine Murex Seashell - A Great Gift! on Etsy, $9.00

    Cutting Garden...love Zinnia's. Such a beautiful long lived flower.

    Fire sticks in a concrete planter!

    The Black bat flower, Tacca chantrieri, is a species of flowering plant in the yam family Dioscoreaceae. Tacca chantrieri is an unusual species in that it has black flowers. These flowers are somewhat bat-shaped, are up to 12 inches across, and have long 'whiskers' that can grow up to 28 inches.

    succulent garden

    succulent garden. I like this for the courtyard!

    Japanese moss plants Beautiful balance of nature and modern design