Problem: White spots that look like powder or flour on your houseplants. Solution: This is probably a fungal disease, powdery mildew. Increase the air circulation in the room, and avoid overwatering. Saturated soils and poor ventilation are breeding grounds for this problem. Remove badly infected leaves, and if the problem persists, look for an organic fungicide labeled safe for indoor use. Follow all label directions. Shown here: a vining Philodendron, 'Brasil'
Make a bold statement with the can’t-miss leaves of ‘Xanadu.’ This beauty is tough as nails with long, narrow, glossy leaves that have sculpted and cut edges. It gives any room a tropical ambience and thrives in medium to low light. Water when the soil is dry; fertilize plants grown in brighter light more frequently.
Rough-hewn brown concrete boulders have been constructed together to create a magnificent spa waterfall. The feature was built to mask the unsightly pool equipment and service area, but adds a vibrant and engaging element to this tropical backyard.
The concrete boulders were constructed to take on a natural tropical feel in order to create this Balinese inspired pool. The massive waterslide is an exciting feature that connects to a swim-in cave and waterfall, and incorporates built-in speakers so visitors can listen to their favorite music.