With much larger leaves than English ivy, Algerian ivy foliage is deep dark green with … 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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Native to Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia and brought to the U.S. by colonial settlers, ivy are … Continued
This South American subshrub will be looking good in containers in the heat of summer … Continued
Hibiscus is a very hardy, versatile plant with an upright, shrubby habit that can grow up … Continued
The five-pointed, yellow-red, star-shaped flowers are bonded with a red lifesaver. Easy to grow in … Continued
Copper-colored leaves fold upward from the middle and are a bronze to gray color on … Continued
Also called paddle plant, dog tongue or desert cabbage, this showy white-frosted succulent is native … Continued
A moderately-fast-growing tropical vine with glossy oval, deep-green leaves and showy 3” wide, trumpet-shaped, brilliant-red … Continued
Succulent stems sport showy flat, pointed leaves of dark green above with purple undersides. Intermittent … Continued
Upright leaves grow up 4 feet tall. Among the toughest of all houseplants, they can … Continued
Tiny, round green leaves densely cover reddish-brown, wiry stems. This vigorous little plant makes a … Continued
This South African native has slender succulent foliage accented by tall flower stalks with small … Continued