plants like Heliconias, Gingers, Bananas, Plumerias and Bromeliads are
unusual and extraordinary plants that grow well in warm humid climates. Many
of these tropical plants can be grown in pots outside. Tropical plants can
be grown indoors as well and in conservatories and hothouses when winter
temperatures are too cold.
Heliconias are remarkable tropical plants of princely dimension. These
tropical plants have huge stems and leaves and beautiful ornamental flowers.
Heliconias are tropical plants that grow easily and the brilliant and exotic
show they produce make them a very popular tropical plant choice.
Gingers are another species of tropical plant that produce wondrous
fragrances. These tropical plants have delicate foliage and flowers. The
tropical plants known as gingers include a wide variety of species. These
tropical plants include tall and short plants, tropical plants with ornate
foliage and sweet fragrances. These particular tropical plants grow in the
sun and shade and they have a wide range of colors. The gingers are tropical
plants that run the entire spectrum on the color chart. These tropical
plants like moist, fertile and organic soil.
Bananas are another tropical plant that are grow easily. In addition the
bananas are tropical plants that grow well in the ground or in containers.
The huge leaves of these tropical plants resemble painted boat sails. These
can be grown as indoor tropical plants with outstanding results as well.
Plumeria is another species of tropical plants otherwise known as
frangipani. These tropical plants are also one of the most beautiful and
fragrant trees. These tropical plants have 7 different species and over 200
named varieties. The tropical plants Plumeria, originated in the American
tropics, and have since been introduced to all tropical areas of the world
with great success.
Bromeliads are another unique variety of tropical plants. These tropical
plants number over 2,000 species in addition to hundreds of hybrid tropical
plants. Almost all of these bromeliad tropical plants are native to American
Originating in Asia and the Pacific islands, Hibiscus, another of the
tropical plant species, is Hawaii's state flower and the national flower of
Malaysia. There are thousands of varieties of these tropical plants, The
Hibiscus tropical plants have thousands of color combinations and the blooms
of these tropical plants range in diameter from 2” to 12”. The Hibiscus
tropical plants grow in either bush form or grow as trees. Hibiscus tropical
plants are also grown very successfully in pots. The variation in the
Hibiscus tropical plant family is astounding. Australia is another area
where the Hibiscus tropical plants were introduced from India. Another area
where the Hibiscus tropical plant culture became involved was New Zealand.
The Anthurium tropical plant is cultivated in Hawaii and most of these
tropical plant species are mainly dark red in color.
The Ti plant (pronounced as "Tea") is a tropical plant that is a member of
the "Lily" family, but is not related to the tea plants that brew your
favorite beverage. This Ti, tropical plant, has a number of uses –
medicinal, beauty, floral arrangement, candy, and the root even provides an
alcoholic drink. Place a it to the right and Nandina to the left of the
entrance to your home and keep the evil spirits away (there is no guarantee
that this tropical plant superstition will work).
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