Tropical House Plants

Posted on 13th May 2011 in Wandering Jew Plants

A plant that is grown indoors is called a house plant. These plants are grown in homes and offices. They are mostly used for decoration and to purify the air. Tropical house plants can also be grown indoors. These plants are native to the tropical regions of the world. In tropical climate they grow all year so they should be kept in a warm interior. Tropical house plants need light, warmth and moisture. Size and type of pot is also important. They are not difficult to grow. Most people use tropical houseplants for decoration because usually they are big plants with big beautiful leaves. It is important to stimulate a tropical enviroment as much as possible for these plants to thrive. Tropical house plants will tolerate temperature from 65 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. They must recieve a lot of natural light so they can grow and rebloom. Stretched stems is a sign that your plant is not getting enough light. There are many different species of tropical house plants. Some of the best tropical house plants include Elephant’s Ear, Anthurium, Bird of Paradise, Dumb Cane, Palms, Peace Lily and Orchids. These plants need watering often and should not be allowed to dry out completely. If the roots are wet then your plant does not need watering. Tropical house plants gives us a touch of nature and makes our homes and offices relaxing places.

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