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Thursday, June 7, 2018

Garden Landscaping - Pillar Stand Plants

Originally this space is adorned with Tradescantia sp and Variegated Indian Borage.
The roots and medium had embedded very strongly stifling any new vigorous growth.
With this condition - the tray is heavily meshed with rootball.

After much consideration,
it had been decided to place the Sansevieria species
as a main feature plant with supporting hardy plants that works together in this combo.

Moses Boat, Zig-zag plant and Variegated Indian Borage
gives the opposite tone colours that give strong visual sight
from far distance making small space looking big.

The other size, I had placed a yellow coloured plants,
succulent feature as it can handle the dry and hot climate over this space.
Also with the figurine features gives a strong focus point surround all other dark colours around it.

Each pillar had 2 - 3 pots on them.
They all have Sansevieria sp. with them with slight different varieties
that is only visible during close inspection.
I wanted to create a mystery within the means of a norm.
That is here - you will find different species with the same colour code placed in this combo.

I'm tempted to add more specific species here.
Just waiting for the first batch of planted plants to take roots and come strong.

Outside the compound
I had managed to arrange all the Plumeria collection here to give full collection feature.
Its like an effect of bare branches and collective leaves crowns with springs of fragrant flowers.

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