Add height and contrast to containers with this tropical foliage plant. Adaptable to most any … Continued
browsing plants: tropicals
Tropical plants naturally flourish in a hot and humid region of the Earth surrounding the equator. Fortunately for us Midwesterners, they grow great in pots indoors during winter and on porches and patios through the summer months.
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Nearly black rosettes are periodically topped with salmon-red flowers that attract hummingbirds. Dramatic foliage adds wonderful … Continued
Blue-green leaves are edged in delicate neon-pink fringe. Prefers some afternoon shade in summer. Pictured … Continued
Great contrasting variegation with rosettes of green painted with red on margins and mid leaf. … Continued
Thick, wavy, blue-gray leaves curve upward in tight rosettes that slowly multiply into colonies. Bright … Continued
Golden ball or mother-in-law’s cushion is a well-known species of cactus endemic to east-central Mexico. … Continued
This striking succulent is an ideal specimen plant for containers. Multiple fire-red stems, resemble small … Continued
A cactus-like plant studded with spikes and lined with raised tubercles that shrink in the … Continued
Also called lace fern, climbing asparagus, or ferny asparagus. Despite its common name, the plant is not a … Continued
Grows happily indoors in indirect light. Keep soil on the dry side, but water before … Continued
This broadleaf evergreen tree grows to 50’ tall in its native landscape. Widely grown in … Continued
Easily grown indoors in a soil-based potting mix in bright indirect light or part shade … Continued