Tropical plants need humidity, regular watering or rainfall, and frost free conditions (often over 15C). The more sun they get, the more water or rain they usually need. If you live in a region that gets frosts in winter, enjoy them as indoor and conservatory plants. If your tropical garden is shady, take a look at our
Acalypha reptans Stephie
Create a bright outdoor carpet of fluffy flowers with this delightful groundcover. Grow in tough spots and rockeries, or cosset it in window...
Callistemon Little Caroline
A neat little bottlebrush with brilliant red flowers and evergreen foliage. Suited to most soil types making it an ideal bordering plant or ...
Graptophyllum - holly fuchsia
Native rainforest holly with clusters of crimson flowers and glossy evergreen foliage in the traditional holly shape. Grows to a neat hedge....
Gymea lily - Doryanthes excelsa
Unmistakable East-coast native, dramatic in leaf and breathtaking in flower. It's a big impressive plant. You'll need a very large vase....
The perfect hibiscus flower shape, just like a million tropical posters and logos come to life. Clear ruby-red flowers with a frilly edge to...
Ixora dwarf Red Sunkist
Soft red-orange flowers cover this evergreen plant in spring and summer. In tropical and subtropical gardens it makes a lovely deck plant or...
Ixora Red Malay
Compact subtropical shrub with glossy leaves and fat clusters of red starry flowers. can be clipped to a neat dense hedge. Makes a lovely ho...
Poinciana - Delonix regia
Magnificent shade tree for warm climates, flowers in clusters of fiery-red fan shaped flowers spring and summer and impressively large pods....
Ornamental plant featuring tangerine red flowers late spring and summer, followed by brilliant red miniature fruit early winter. Plant in a ...
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