Hawaii garden, the smooth, coffee- and apricot-hued leaves of ti plants (Cordyline fruticosa) contrast with a blue fan palm’s corrugated fronds and elephant’s ear’s wavy green leaves. Mounded red and green tillandsias add punch in the foreground.
Philodendron Xanadu - grows to about high and keeps a neat form. Gorgeous lush foliage that would blend with the tropical feel of the frangipani. Would look nice in the front garden along the west boundary (under the neighbour's tree), mixed with Clivia.
Courtyard garden in Brighton, Sussex, with evergreen tropical planting including palms, bamboo, tree ferns and ground cover Roger - I liked these as they are not typical UK plants and would add interest
great combo of rustic grey reclaimed wood(I thought it was stone but it seems to be wood!) and warm distressed wood floors.love double sided fireplaces too. <-- I love the rustic wood as an idea for the floor