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Palm Trees and Bamboo Inside the Tropicana

Palm trees and bamboo inside the tropicana
Palm trees and bamboo inside the tropicana
Palm trees and bamboo inside the tropicana
Palm trees and bamboo inside the tropicana
Palm trees and bamboo inside the tropicana
Palm trees and bamboo inside the tropicana

Palm Trees and Bamboo Inside the Tropicana

Hotel Walkways Enhanced with Indoor Custom-Made Palm Trees

Many of our artisans were selected to custom manufacture Artificial Plants and Trees as part of the multi-million dollar renovation of the landmark Tropicana Las Vegas Casino Hotel Resort. The goal was to bring back the South Beach Miami feel that the location had when it first opened.

Over a dozen 12’ tall Artificial Kentia Palm Trees were designed and built for the Tropicana. These Artificial Palms were constructed using natural bark trunks combined with Inherently Fire Retardant (IFR) replica palm fronds.

These attractive Palm Trees align the interior areas which connect the casino with the conference area and towers. Brightly colored, artificial flowering Bougainvillea burst from the designer containers which accent the trees and complete the design.

Additional artificial plant materials which can be found at this property include Golden Oriental Bamboo Canes with IFR Replica Foliage; Commercial-Grade, IFR, Yellow Oncidium Orchids, Red Kalanchoes, and mixed varieties of Bougainvillea; Curly Willow, Moss and Artificial Rock.

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