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Sunday, June 3, 2018

Garden Landscaping - Archway (After)

In replacing the airplants,
I understood that a similar theme but using a different plants
might just do the trick in managing a theme here.

Mainly, I used coconut husk shells to build a strong feature with ferns,
spider plants and cascading epiphytes like dischidia species.

Together with the collection,
I placed the conifers and dried flower types to give the feature factor here against the birdnest ferns and spider plants.

The other side, is the collection of different varieties of bird nest ferns and selaginella moss to add value. It is indeed work at progress but the beauty of this is that you can continue to add more plants of this types and it will never looked overwhelmed.

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