Autumn is typically a season where gardeners think tropical style gardens begin their unavoidable decline into the dark depths of winter. However, with clever planning and the right plant selections you can keep that tropical garden looking on top form right through the autumnal months.
When you think of a fashionistas autumn wardrobe you might think of clothes in tones of oranges, yellows, browns and reds. These warming colours are synonymous with autumn and you can use a clever selection of late flowering exotic plants to welcome autumn into your garden while still maintaining that tropical vibe.
In this video walk around the Tiny Tropical garden you can be inspired by the plants that have been used to bring warm autumnal colours into a tropical style garden.