There are a lot of really great advantages to working with a cabinet builder. One of the biggest is customization. In many ways, the sky is the limit. (Assuming you can afford it.) In our case, our…

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Love the palm! My parents did this last year and it actually did great in PA weather. Looks great by the pool. - Garden Chic

Love the palm! My parents did this last year and it actually did great in PA weather. Looks great by the pool.

Forgiving succulents are both heat and drought tolerant, so they'll look great all summer long.  Get the Planting Guide

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Forgiving succulents are both heat and drought tolerant, so they'll look great all summer long. Get the Planting Guide Mehr

Elephant Ear and Asparagus Fern make a beautiful tall container pot and they are both very easy to grow.

Pots and planters at Longwood Gardens: Part II

Elephant Ear and Asparagus Fern make a great plant combination for a container garden-and they're both easy to grow! I know the asparagus fern is easy to grow inside, but need to look up other (Longwood- always worth the trip).

Versatile Majesty Palms We love to use inexpensive Majesty palms everywhere -- in rooms that need a little life and on patios and porches. It makes a gorgeous “thriller” plant in a big outdoor container -- with showy Tropic Escape mandevilla and hibiscus surrounding its base.  Botanic name:  Ravenea rivularis  Care tip: Majesty palms like moist soil, but don’t allow them to dry out or sit in water.

We love to use inexpensive Majesty palms everywhere—in rooms that need a little life and on patios and porches. It makes a gorgeous “thriller” plant in a big outdoor container—with showy Tropic Escape mandevilla and hibiscus surrounding its base.

Featured in Oklahoma Gardener Magazine l Unique by Design

Chinese Fan Palm, Impatiens, and Variegated Ivy! Featured in Oklahoma Gardener Magazine l Unique by Design

banana leaf, color, size proportions, container, dark container bright planting

Banana leaf, colour, good proportions, pretty dark container with bright planting

I have a Split-Leaf Philodendron (Monstera deliciosa) plant that can be traced back through my husbands family over 50 years.

Split-Leaf Philodendron (Monstera deliciosa) plant is a huge influence for our new tropical wedding invitation design this year. We love the iconic shape of the leaves - and incorporate it into our design.

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this looks like this would work for your canna! No patio is complete without a container full of gorgeous flowers! Combine hot-colored annuals such as cannas, Japanese forestgrass and creeping Jenny for a tropical-like focal point.


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