Are you looking for the best tropical plants to put in your shore this year?
Amazon Elephant's Ear
This popular elephant's ear (Alocasia amazonica) is a striking and beautiful houseplant, with deep green leaves accentuated by whitish or light green leaf veins. The leaves are roughly serrated, and in some cases, the leaf color appears as an almost purple green. They are fleshy, truly tropical plants that grow from underground corms.
The Anthurium is one of the most popular tropical flowers with a long vase life of about six weeks and even more depending on the variety and season. Anthuriums are herbaceous epiphytes native to tropical America. Anthurium is a genus of more than 800 species found in the New World tropics from Mexico to northern Argentina and Uruguay. The Anthurium is also known as Painted Tongue, Flamingo Flower (Flamingo Lily), or Tail Flower. Anthuriums are grown for their brightly colored flower spathes and their ornamental leaves.
Hibiscus is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is quite large, containing several hundred species that are native to warm-temperate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Hibiscus plants produce large, vibrant, delicate petals, and bloom for a long period of time.
Red Sister Plants
Red Sister plants are a variety of evergreen tropical shrub that belongs to the lily family. Also known as the ti plant and Hawaiian good-luck-plant, they can be classified as Cordyline terminalis. The Red Sister plants are cultivated for their dense, leathery leaves. They are not invasive, can be grown outside in extremely warm climates and are grown as houseplants in cooler areas. The leaves range from pink through deep burgundy, depending on growing conditions and light received.