Hardy Tropicals You Can Grow! • Check out these tips! • We found these hardy tropicals you can grow, just about anywhere! Some of them are pretty hardy in all but the coldest climates and some of them need some winter protection.

Hardy Tropicals You Can Grow

Hardy Tropicals You Can Grow! • Check out these tips! • We found these hardy tropicals you can grow, just about anywhere! Some of them are pretty hardy in all but the coldest climates and some of them need some winter protection.

You don't need flowers to add colour & texture to your garden - gorgeous red foliage: cordyline

You don't need flowers to add colour & texture to your garden - gorgeous red foliage: cordyline

Notice the layering of plants in this bed. Imagine a few grey trunked palms rising out of your green plants

Notice the layering of plants in this bed. Imagine a few grey trunked palms rising out of your green plants

Bromeliads make a beautiful lower story. Most bromeliads require frequent water, love humidity and filtered to shady spots.:

Bromeliads make a beautiful lower story. Most bromeliads require frequent water, love humidity and filtered to shady spots.:

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)

Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard

The Best 10 Plants to Grow for Backyard Privacy

Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard

A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank")  fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins

A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank") fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins

Solar Powered Pond in a Pot

Solar Powered Pond in a Pot Kit with 72cm White Planter and Fountain

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