Leaves change shape as the plant matures, beginning as an “arrowhead” shape, and then changing … Continued
browsing plants: tropical houseplants
Tropical plants naturally flourish in a hot and humid region of the Earth surrounding the equator. Fortunately for we Midwesterners, they grow great in pots indoors during winter and on porches and patios through the summer months.
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Get an exotic tropical look in your outdoor garden! This hardy banana can survive planted … Continued
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Large, bold textured leaves with velvety red cast and white flowers. An unusual and very … Continued
The classic tropical houseplant, Boston ferns love humidity and do best in indirect light. They … Continued
These full sun vining plants and are native to Mexico and produce loads of blooms … Continued
Growing and maintaining this undemanding plant is super easy — just don’t overwater! One of … Continued
A small succulent with heart-shaped leaves marked with rosy pink, creamy white, and green. Dainty … Continued
Red-orange blooms over dark purple and green variegated foliage makes a dramatic statement! Plant make … Continued
Showy variegated yellow and green striped leaves and large orange bi-colored flowers make quite a … Continued