+Easy to Grow Bulbs, Inc. a few years ago. They do fine, but like a lot of water, and sunburn easily, so I'm limited them to where you see the edge now. And next to that edge is the beginning of the newest part of the garden, the aloe garden. This is a south-facing wall, which can get very, very hot, so I'm still not sure what's going to work here. By the way, the sling-back chairs are from Target. Light weight and inexpensive, and since the turf is artificial, I don't have to worry about my garden furniture *killing the grass*. I had the artificial turf installed in 2006, and it really looks great. Even people who visit, and walk on it, have to bend down and touch it before they realize it's plastic. And yes, it's perforated, so water (and other stuff, i.e. dog piddle) flows through it.
And there you go, there's the whole panorama of The Tropical Paradise. My garden is something that I am always experimenting with. I would say that the vast majority of the things I've tried here have failed, but I have a poor memory for failures, and I prefer to focus on successes!