Small Jungle Garden Ideas. Put trailing plants up high, tall plants and small trees on the floor, and more compact plants at all levels from the ground up to the shelves. Easily one of the best known plants for a jungle or exotic garden, Tetrapanax papyrifera has huge leaves not unlike those of fatsias, but larger.
Although the leaves then die, new shoots sprout from the base. If you have no place for them, use decorative planters hung on your house walls to extend your plants up. See more ideas about jungle gardens, garden design, tropical garden.
If you protect the stem every winter, the plant will develop a tall trunk and.
Remember, the purpose is to achieve a tropical atmosphere.
Don't put your plants directly next to radiators or A/C units for this reason. See more ideas about backyard landscaping, garden design, garden. Choose various shapes, sizes, heights, and foliage type in order to add interest and variety.
Just as different plants need different light levels, certain plants need more humidity and higher temperatures. Having different heights adds a lot of interest and will help mimic a jungle feel in your home. If you have the space for a small, tropical-style hut – or even a shed you can disguise – adding a jungle-style building will enhance the theme. See more ideas about jungle gardens, garden design, tropical garden. Tsubi and Rich had just relocated to Norfolk and were keen on having an exciting and plant packed back garden.