A few years ago, when we were still having to buy coconut trees to plant, I lined the 'avenida' (which goes across part of False Bluff) with the tallest coconut trees I could find locally. This roadway divides the dock part of the property from the part of the property that will eventually house small cabins facing the water. The new fence goes along one side of this roadway, directly in front of one of the two lines of coconut trees which edge it. And, of course, now lemon grass also lines the edge of the roadway where the fence is.
So we have two lines of coconut trees which meander across part of the property, with a fence along one of the lines, and a row of lemon grass. Eventually, there will be tall coconut trees and low clumps of lemon grass.
NOTE: A reader identified this plant as 'Allamanda,' prolific in the tropics of Central and South America. Thanks Joe!
There are three of these shrubs planted between each pair of coconut trees, just behind the lemon grass. So what we will have, again, eventually, are tall coconut trees, mid-size blooming shrubs and low clumps of lemon grass.
When that happens I'll post pictures. Until then here's the plant in full bloom and you'll just have to imagine the rest: