Green leaves emerge heavily flushed with purple. The rosette is topped, starting in late summer … 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.
We offer a variety of ceramic pots perfectly suited to showcase your succulent and cactus plants. Pick up specially formulated potting mix and fertilizer to ensure healthy plants.
A vigorous, upright, bushy perennial that is primarily grown for its attractive lavender flowers which appear … Continued
An upright-spreading, woody-based sub-shrub native to Australia and grown primarily for its attractive, fuzzy, gray-green … Continued
Upright leaves grow up 4 feet tall. Among the toughest of all houseplants, they can … Continued
Native to Brazil, flowers can last 7-8 weeks. Unlike other cactus, plants do not require … Continued
Native to Mexico, this trailing tropical dark purple lance-shaped leaves that sometimes get as long as … Continued
Umbrella trees grow to 50 feet in their native Australia and New Guinea. In colder … Continued
An ideal environment for sheffleras included warm temperatures, and even moisture, and bright, indirect light … Continued
Striking yellow stripes on dark green leaves. Fragrant, white flowers tinged purple-pink with crinkled, yellow … Continued
One of the easiest houseplants to grow, this tropical thrives in a wide range of … Continued
One of the most widely cultivated bulbs, favored by cactus and succulent growers. It is … Continued
Leaves change shape as the plant matures, beginning as an “arrowhead” shape, and then changing … Continued