Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Plants and art

This Aglaonema in a European Tall Cylinder container looks great next to the artwork of a tree:

 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Geometry and spacing

Simple shapes, repetition, and spacing make for a dramatic affect with these plants in this sleek office environment:



Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Coloramas make this room complete

These Dracaena Marginata Coloramas with Aglaonema Golden Passions at the base are the perfect colors for this amazingly modern yet retro room.  The lines of the Marginata look great with the slats in the ceiling too.


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Holiday Decor -- 12 foot tree

This 12 foot tree that we installed and decorated with a snow theme turned out amazing -- the client was delighted!  Scroll down to see detailed photos.

  

 

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Newest client space accented with beautiful plants

Here are photos of beautiful dracaenas in our newest client space:




Friday, October 26, 2012

Great photos from latest new install

This space is open and bright and a great work environment beautifully accented by plants from Everything Grows
These Dracaena Lisas pictured above are tall and dramatic and beautifully complement the  lines and high ceilings of this space.  Even the rich green color of the leaves makes a statement against the bold wall colors.
These Ficus Lyrata Columns frame the main entrance and will do very well with all of the natural light streaming in the windows.  A bowl of Orangina Bromeliads accent the sitting area in the foreground.
 

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Pepper plants provide fall colors

Fall is in the air and these pepper plants neat way to display vivid fall colors.
 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

New van added to the Everything Grows Fleet

Here is our new van just in time to help deliver holiday decor:
 

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Earthwalls are one of our best sellers

These earthwalls are great for partitions and for making a statement.  This one below has a yucca plant in the middle and two Dracaena Lemon Limes on either side of it, and looks fantastic in the natural light from the skylight that it is under.




The earthwall below is seen from two different angles really helps give an otherwise long wide corridor some much needed definition and accents the plaques above it quite nicely.  The earthwall is only one foot deep so it easy to still get close to the plaques above it and read them. It contains three Aglaonema Cutlasses with rich green leaves and interesting variegation.


 

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Orchid table top display


 These Phalaenopsis Orchid table top arrangements really go great in this modern setting.  Note the dried branches in the first photo go perfectly with the branch like affect in the white wall behind the plants.





Monday, September 10, 2012

Tillandsia air plants in seashells


These tillandsia air plants in seashells are great design elements.  They require no soil and get their water out of the air.









Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Thai Jar container

These bronze Thai Jar containers are large (37" tall) and really look classic. 

The plants inside the container are a Kentia Palm, Silver Bay Aglaonema, Pothos N'Joy, Diffenbachia, and a Dracaena Lemon Lime.  The Kentia brings the total height to about 8 feet.



Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Gilroy Gardens Circus Trees

These sycamore trees were grafted and trained to grow in unusual ways and can be seen in the beautiful park setting of Gilroy Gardens in Gilroy California.


 

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Exotic Orchid looks like a monkey

This orchid from South America resembles the face of a monkey.  See for yourself:


Amazing!

Follow-up post:  
It is are real orchid: Dracula gigas.



Not to be confused with Orchis simia which has the common name monkey orchid.
 

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Live plants help define this contemporary lobby

This orchid bowl centerpiece and tall ficus lyrata really accent this modern lobby space.
Orchid and Lyrata
Orchid and Lyrata

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Plant Jewelry

Here are some fun ways that plants are being used in jewelry:


Silver bullet plant ring:

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Living lamp with live plants

This innovative lamp is covered with Tillandsia air plants that do not need soil to live.  They just need a little moisture out of the air.
More information about the lamp and the designer can be found here.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Photos of new indoor plant installation

Here are some photos of a new indoor plant installation by Everything Grows.  The plants are the finishing touch on really nice office space.

 These Lisa Dracaenas really pop in this space (above)
 This orchid is surrounded by pothos in a simple yet elegant rectangular container that really works well in this location (above)
Lemon Lime Dracaena's in square containers are sparkle in this office walkway (above) 

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Yucca and succulents make this space

Wow -- this is amazing!  Our Everything Grows designer nailed it with the yucca cane and the succulent bowl in this high light location at one of our client locations in San Francisco.



Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Succulent Signage

The sign for this restaurant is made out of succulents:

It is located in the Haight district in San Francisco and has a lot of succulents inside too: Nectar restaurant succulents

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Unusual Aechmea Fasciata Bromeliad

This arrangement with both an Orchid and a Bromeliad really looks great.  The pink bromeliad is an Aechmea Fasciata, which you do not see much of anymore.  They used to be popular, but they had spines on the edges of the bracts, and it was easy to get cut when caring for the plant and they went out of style.  Now this new variation is spineless, making them easy to handle.  Don't be surprised if they come back in style again, especially with this improvement.  Adding fullness to the the arrangement is a Neanthe Bella Palm.

 

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Indoor tropical plants actng as a wall or screen


These tropical plants act as a live movable barrier for this meeting room.  What a great way to divide this room.  The plants are easy to move to reconfigure the room.
 

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Succulents at Pier 39 in San Francisco

Succulents love the coastal sea breeze and what a great use of succulents to decorate this crab statue in front of Pier 39.   There is no better place to eat fresh crab, clam chowder, and sourdough bread!

Succulents at Pier 39 San Francisco

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Falcifera palm wonderful variety of Bamboo palm

The Chamaedorea falcifera palm is a versatile variety of the Bamboo palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii).  It looks delicate, but it is a hardy plant that can stand up to the rigors of indoor life if it gets a decent amount of light.
Camaedorea falcifera palm


Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Orchids make a statement at country club

These orchid arrangements make a dramatic statement in this country club setting.




Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Stunning Fish Tail Palm (Caryota Palm) defines this space

The Caryota Palm gets its nickname Fish Tail Palm from the triangular geometry of its leaves that is shaped like a fish tail.  Architects love the geometric leaves because it can give a very sophisticated look that goes great in modern or contemporary designs.  In the photo below of one of our recent installs you can see how this Fishtail Palm defines this beautiful space:

Monday, May 7, 2012

Ficus Lyrata aka Fiddle Leaf Fig

The Ficus Lyrata aka Fiddle Leaf Fig is a classic interior plant.  It is a type of fig tree but does not produce fruit and it originates from lowland tropical rain forests in West Africa.  Ficus Lyratas need bright environments to thrive.  The placement below is perfect for these plants with natural light skylights augmenting the interior lighting of this office space.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Check out this color pallette

This ASI Bronze European Container and lush Green Lisa Dracaena really pops in this new office space with the brown tone carpet and the yellow and light green walls.  What a great color combination!