There is no denying the amazing beauty of tropical flowers. While many people might think that they are difficult to grow, but there are a few that you can cultivate and enjoy yourself. The key is understanding the needs of the plant and making sure that they get everything they need in order to thrive. It’s also important to make sure that you select the right plants for you.
African Violets are popular throughout the world because they are beautiful and easy to grow. They prefer indirect light and well-drained soil. They don’t grow too large and reach up to 2 feet in size. This makes them perfect for smaller spaces.
Bird of Paradise flowers are wonderfully impressive. They require full sun and well-drained soil. They grow up to 6 feet in height which means that they need considerably more space than many other tropical plants.
The Blanket Flower enjoys full sun and the soil should be more on the dry side. They reach a height of 1 to 3 feet and they are available in various bright and beautiful colours.
Cyclamen plants prefer partial sun and well-drained soil. They can grow up to 5 feet in height. They make excellent potted plants and they are available in several different colours. Not only are the flowers beautiful, but so too are the lush leaves.
If you have enough space in your garden and if the conditions are right, you might consider growing Larkspur. Also known as Delphinium, these plants enjoy full sun and well-drained soil. They can grow up to 8 feet in height which is why you should consider growing them in your garden.
Orchids are also lovely tropical blooms to grow at home. They enjoy full sun to partial shade. They also enjoy well-drained soil. In fact, orchids are planted in a special potting mix which is not actually soil at all. This is to ensure that the roots do not rot. You can expect your orchid to grow up to 2 feet in height.0