New Southeast Asian Garden Ideas
Southeast Asian architecture combines local, Indian, Chinese, Colonial and modern styles just as beautifully as in the food of the region!
and open, lending a clean and formal feeling.
So here are my plans right now for my own Southeast Asian garden.
- I'm also going to make a Thai cooking garden in front of the courtyard. I'm going to border it with evergreen agapanthus to lend formality, but then plant a combination of purple and lemon basil, ginger root, peppers, lemongrass and turmeric. I plan on making it ornamental as well as edible, and the purple basil will tie in nicely with similarly colored bromeliads and ornamental sweet potato vine. I may also add a lychee tree separately in the front yard since my coworker told me her neighbor has one that bears fruit every year despite the cold. Maybe a pineapple too? Then I can plant my surinam cherry and dragonfruit seedlings when they get bigger... I'm getting carried away, so I'll close with another of my aunt and uncles pictures of a produce stand. Yum!