Tuscan

Colors: Earthy tones like terracotta; olive green; tans; deep browns; burgundy, rust, weathered/muted golds; soft blues, purples, apricot, lavenders; rich greens, warm reds, subduded oranges and yellows

Textures/"Feel": Strong, weathered, stone, rustic

Trees: Olive, Cypress, Oak, Beech, Laurel, Camellia, Myrtle, Fruiting Ivy, Locust, Brown Similax, Rosemary (Spiral), Juniper, Citrus, Palms (Date, Fan and Sago Palms), Sakaki Ficus, Ruscus,  Bayberry (Topiary), Podocarpus, Ficus Fig, Fiddle Leaf Fig

Plants: Boxwood, Ferns, Coleus, Cycas Palm, Dwarf Schefflera, Bayberry, Sweet Link, Olive, Ficus Fig, Fiddle Leaf Fig, Wisteria, Grapevines, Rosemary, Sage, Basil, Thyme, Lavender, Succulents

Greenery: Magnolia Leaf, Algerian Ivy, Cottonwood Ivy, Laurel, Danica Grape Ivy, Philodendron, Nandina, Succulents, Sage Ivy, Smoke Tree, Beech Leaf, Euphorbia

Florals: In complementary colors. Roses, Hydrangeas, Geraniums, Gardenias, Magnolias, Dahlias, Peonies, Orchids, Poppies, Grapes, Other Fruits, Agapanthus

Other: Fruit Baskets, Herbs, Wooden Wall Art, Colorful Ceramics