Hi Janni ,
I am glad you liked my garden , it's a piece of paradise mostly for mosquitoes which the last months are unbearable .
I have built a greenhouse about 12 square meters and bringing about the fifty percent of my potted plants inside from November to late March , it's not a heated greenhouse but I turn on the heater some nights when the temperature is low , not that all of those are marginal in my climate but i want to avoid leaf damage by high winds which usually occur in winter .
The schefflera actinophylla is planted five years now in the ground and it's doing fine , ptychosperma and chambeyronia gonna face their first winter outside this year , I hope they gonna make it .
Here is a photo from last winter , mostly bromeliads were not in and a few palms .
And here are some of my newest palms , caryota obtusa , licuala peltata entire leaf , licuala spinosa , dictyosperma album , laccospadix australasica , howea belmoreana , walllichia disticha , chamaedorea hooperiana , verschaffeltia splendida , dypsis cabadae and some more
And some annuals cocos nucifera ,
I also keep plants in the stairs of my house all year long ,
And here is my favorite for now , licuala mapu , this one lives with me in my room , I hope it will grow and live for many years even though it will be a challenge to keep it alive .
And some more closer photos of allagoptera caudescens , cryosophilla cuagara , and lytocaryum wedellianum , i asked from Kostantinos .
If you wait to do everything until you're sure it's right, you'll probably never do much of anything.
Western Greece zone 9b