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The tropical garden has one foot in the exotic South Pacific and the other in the Equatorial rainforest. These humid climates produce an incredible array of plants in what we once called the "jungle." The glitzy coast of Florida, languid vacation lifestyle of Hawaii, or the more rustic feel of the Mexican Riviera can inspire themes for this style. Even if you don't happen to live in a hot, humid climate, you can create the essence of the tropics.

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Giant Bird Of Paradise is prized for its tree-like bold clumps of lush, long stalks supporting huge blue-green leaves that grow to 6 feet long, held in a fan-like formation. The extremely large bird-like flowers have white heads and blue tongues. Tropical Garden, Tropical Plants, Bird Watching Gifts, Paradise Landscape, Milkweed Plant, Birds Of Paradise Flower, Monrovia Plants, Plant Catalogs, Landscaping Plants
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Giant Bird of Paradise

Giant Bird Of Paradise is prized for its tree-like bold clumps of lush, long stalks supporting huge blue-green leaves that grow to 6 feet long, held in a fan-like formation. The extremely large bird-like flowers have white heads and blue tongues. Zone 9-11

Royal Hawaiian® Hawaiian Punch Elephant Ear - Monrovia - Spreads freely in rich, wet soils; more slowly in dry, heavy soils. An herbaceous perennial. tall and wide.

Royal Hawaiian® Hawaiian Punch Elephant Ear

Royal Hawaiian® Hawaiian Punch Elephant Ear has striking bright green leaves with bright red stems that add bold color and tropical flair to any garden. A wonderful choice for the edge of a pond or water garden. Spreads freely in rich, wet soils, more slowly in heavier soil or dry conditions. Herbaceous perennial. Zone 7-10

 Discover the beautiful perennials and graceful grasses grown by Santa Rosa Gardens. Plants and garden accessories available for mail-order throughout the United States. Tropical Landscaping, Landscaping Plants, Tropical Garden, Tropical Plants, Garden Plants, Indoor Garden, Landscaping Ideas, House Plants, Winter Plants

Hardy Fiber Banana

Hardy Fiber Banana can survive in Zones 5-11, and considered the most cold hardy banana! Its lush green foliage provides outstanding tropical effect yet its roots survive much colder temperatures than other bananas. A fast grower, with huge leaves that may reach 2 feet wide and 6 feet long. Produces attractive golden cream flowers and small, somewhat seedy fruit.

Flowers Kauai offers a variety of tropical flowers from its small Hawaii flower farm. Tropical flower arrangements are carefully packaged and delivered fresh. Florida Landscaping, Florida Gardening, Tropical Landscaping, Garden Landscaping, Landscaping Ideas, Tropical Garden Design, Garden Landscape Design, Tropical Plants, Tropical Gardens
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Voracious Simplicity

The reds and purple

Monrovia's Red Darling® Hibiscus details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance. Plant Catalogs, Landscaping Plants, Rustic Feel, Tropical Garden, Red Flowers, Evergreen, Hibiscus, Shrubs, Perennials

Red Darling® Hibiscus

Red Darling® Hibiscus is one of the best red hibiscus ever! A profuse bloomer, with velvety red flowers that have a creamy-coral reverse, accented by bright gold pollen. Glossy deep green foliage covers a vigorous upright form. Bred by Hiroshi "Hiro" Kuwabara. A frost-tender evergreen. Zone 10-11

Our bird friends love the white flower clusters of Fatsia japonica. When in bloom enjoy their beauty and bird song. A full bird is a happy bird. (Shown: Camouflage Variegated Japanese Aralia zones Raised Garden Planters, Raised Garden Beds, Tropical Garden, Tropical Plants, Fatsia Japonica, Garden Bed Layout, Monrovia Plants, Plant Catalogs, Variegated Plants
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Camouflage® Variegated Japanese Aralia

Each leaf of the Camouflage™ Variegated Japanese Aralia shrub/small tree possesses an exquisite melding of yellow, lime and green, providing an illuminating effect in a dappled shade setting. Prized for its unique, highly textural foliage, it often blooms fall to winter, producing showy panicles of white flower clusters. Evergreen. Zone 7-10

Monrovia in Pot Tropicanna Canna at Lowe's. Tall stems are crowned by large, bright orange blooms. Exotic foliage adds interest, with emerging bright burgundy leaves maturing with stripes of red, Tropical Landscaping, Landscaping Plants, Tropical Plants, Tropical Garden, Winter Plants, Spring Plants, Lawn And Garden, Garden Beds, Sun Garden

Tropicanna® Canna

Tropicanna® Canna's tall stems are crowned by large bright orange flower heads. Exotic foliage adds interest, with emerging bright burgundy leaves maturing with stripes of red, pink, yellow, and green. This dramatic specimen provides bold color and lush texture to garden beds, or as a featured container specimen. Herbaceous perennial. Zone 7-11

Monrovia provides care tips, guidance and inspiration for your garden and landscape projects. We're sharing the joy of Growing Beautifully for 90 years. Knockout Rose Tree, Rose Diseases, Drift Roses, Rose Trees, Ground Cover Plants, Outdoor Living, Outdoor Decor, Small Patio
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Be Inspired - Red's Hot

Excitement. Heat. Intensity. Passion. Red makes a statement in small doses or big, bringing the drama to gardens whether it's just a touch in a border, a

10 low-maintenance perennials for the busy gardener! You can still have beautiful flower beds without spending a lot of time maintaining them. Tropical Garden, Tropical Plants, Bright Flowers, Pink Flowers, Flower Bed Designs, One Pot Wonders, Raised Flower Beds, Rose Of Sharon, Landscaping With Rocks
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Be Inspired - Tropical Heatwave

Even if you live well north of the equator and no where near the jungle, you can have the essense of the tropics in your own backyard. A few ground rules: First

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Tropical Landscape Designs that Brings Coolness to your Place | Home Design Lover

Would you agree that a house with a clean and attractive landscape is considered as a well-designed house? Well, for me I would say yes! Try to imagine if

Tropical Garden is very popular in Asia. The highlight of this garden is the refreshing atmosphere. You can create your backyard to this tropical style. Tropical Garden Design, Tropical Backyard, Tropical Landscaping, Front Yard Landscaping, Landscaping Ideas, Backyard Ideas, Paving Ideas, Privacy Landscaping, Rustic Backyard
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Landscaping and Hardscaping

You don't need to live in the tropics to create a lush retreat. HGTV.com shows you how to create your own leafy getaway in your own backyard.

Build a living wall; vertical grow strips from Plants On Walls; plants include coleus, heuchera, calibrachoa, "Million Bells" for color

Ideas for a Tropical Garden

This isn’t Bali; this is your backyard—or it could be if you follow these steps to creating a lush setting

Tropische Landschaftsgestaltung, Bromilie, Plumeria, Outdoor Living: Tropical Tabu Source by loveand Tropical Backyard Landscaping, Tropical Garden Design, Garden Landscape Design, Tropical Plants, Landscaping Ideas, Tropical Gardens, Backyard Ideas, Landscape Designs, Bali Garden
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Outdoor Living: Tropical Tabu | Queensland Homes Magazine

Tabu, one of the finest tropical gardens in the country, is tucked into a hillside at Freshwater, Cairns. Thirty years ago when owner Mark Vowles sat in the nearby Flecker Botanic gardens he thought…