Contemporary garden in Sydney.

Connell's PointContemporary Garden, Sydney

Photo by Johanna MacMinn

Contemporary garden in Sydney. —  Houzz
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johanna_macminn
My Verandah added this to How to Bring Your Subtropical Garden to Life6 Aug 2014

Colour Colour can bring a garden to life. A subtropical garden doesn’t get much down time. A periodic pop of colour will draw you through the garden, and a small punch of colourful foliage can offer interest all year round. This garden uses a small swathe of Cordyline rubra (palm lily) along with the acid green of the staghorn fern to act as an exclamation point against a darker green backdrop. Less is more when employing colour in the garden. A little colour will grab your eye; a lot of colour will confuse and detract from the harmony of the garden.

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designer888
Russell Simmons & Associates added this to Gardens2 Oct 2018

Palm lily (red), and stag horn (yellow green)

tomstout
Stout Design-Build added this to Cantura St Project14 Feb 2017

hanging staghorn fern along side yard fences as focal points for windows

djlambert
djlambert added this to Tropical Living21 Feb 2016

This garden uses a small swathe of Cordyline rubra (palm lily) along with the acid green of the staghorn fern to act as an exclamation point against a darker green backdrop. Less is more when employing colour in the garden.

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