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Tips & Tricks for taking care of beautiful tropical houseplants

Tips & Tricks for taking care of beautiful tropical houseplants

Taking care of tropical houseplants is a fun and rewarding experience! You will need to give them lots of attention, which means regularly watering them, making sure they get enough sunlight and trimming off any dead or wilting leaves. This will ensure that your beautiful plants stay healthy and vibrant.

Tropical plants thrive in warm environments with plenty of humidity, so it's important to make sure they have lots of airflow around them. Make sure to use the right kind of soil when planting them and feed them fertilizer every couple of weeks if you want healthy growth. Don't forget to check for pests as well as these can cause damage if left unchecked. Finally, it's always a good idea to repot your plants from time to time as this gives them more room for growth. With some love and dedication, your tropical houseplants will be the envy of all your friends!

These are the plants we're going to look at:

  1. Alocasia Zebrina
  2. Calathea Ornata
  3. Monstera
  4. Philodendron Selloum Hope
  5. Philodendron Gloriosum
  6. Golden Pothos
  7. Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia)
  8. Calathea Triostar
  9. Syngonium
  10. Ficus Elastica
  11. Money Tree (Pachira Aquatica)
  12. Croton
  13. Alocasia Polly
  14. Asparagus Fern
  15. Boston Fern
  16. Ficus Lyrata
  17. Philodendron Minima
  18. Anthurium
  19. Ficus Ginseng
  20. Alocasia Silver Dragon
  21. Zebra plant (Aphelandra squarrosa)
  22. Ficus Benjamina
  23. Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)
  24. Caladium Praetermissum (Hilo Beauty)
  25. Euphorbia pulcherrima (Poinsettia)

1. Alocasia Zebrina

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The ultimate guide for Alocasia Zebrina plant care

In this ultimate guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to be able to care for your Alocasia Zebrina. Using these tips and tricks will help you to keep your Alocasia Zebrina happy and help it thrive. The Alocasia Zebrina really is a beautiful plant that makes a statement in any room.

Read more about taking care of an Alocasia Zebrina

2. Calathea Ornata

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The ultimate guide for Calathea plant care

Calathea's are notoriously tough plants to keep happy. They love all the humidity you can give it and then some. However, there are a few plant tips you can use to keep even this plant happy and help it thrive in your favorite room in your house.

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3. Monstera

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The ultimate guide for Monstera plant care

Monsteras are very popular houseplants and amazing plants for beginning plant owners. They're easy to care for and won't die quickly, even though it's a tropical plant. In this ultimate guide, we'll go over topics like watering needs, light requirements, fertilizer, soil, and even how to grow it in Leca.

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4. Philodendron Selloum Hope

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Philodendron Selloum

Are you new to owning plants? If so, the Philodendron Selloum is a great one to start with! This easy-to-care-for plant thrives in medium and low light conditions and only needs watering about once a week. In this guide, we'll outline everything you need to know about how to care for your Philodendron Selloum, from watering and light requirements to fertilizing and pests. Read on for all the info you need to keep your Selloum looking its best!

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5. Philodendron Gloriosum

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The ultimate guide for taking care of a Philodendron Gloriosum

Philodendrons are a very popular plant to own, and for good reason! They're easy to take care of, come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and add a touch of greenery to any room. But if you're new to owning philodendrons, or just want to make sure you're taking the best possible care of your plant, then this is the guide for you!

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6. Golden Pothos

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The Ultimate Guide for Golden Pothos plant care

The Golden Pothos is a beautiful plant that can turn your house in a jungle in an instant. It's not a plant that's very difficult to take care of, so even if you're a beginner you should be able to take care of it without any problems.

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7. Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia)

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The ultimate guide for a Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia)

The Bird of Paradise is one of the most well-known tropical houseplants. It's a very fast-growing plant that loves a lot of sunlight and moisture. It's not a difficult plant to take care of, but it does have its challenges. It grows...big. This plant can grow up to 1.80m (6ft) tall and 1.20m (4ft) wide.

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9. Syngonium

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Syngonium

Syngoniums are tropical plants that come in all shapes and sizes. They're great for beginning plant owners because these plants grow and recover quickly. Syngoniums have beautiful patterns on their stems and leaves that will make any home intro a tropical jungle.

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10. Ficus Elastica

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The ultimate guide for taking care of a Ficus Elastica

The Ficus Elastica is a tropical plant with larges leaves that have beautiful patterns on it. It's not a great plant for beginners, because it's not very forgiving when you don't give it the care that it needs. However, if you can keep this plant happy, it will be one of the most amazing plants in your house or garden.

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11. Money Tree (Pachira Aquatica)

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Money Tree (Pachira Aquatica)

When you first get your Money Tree, it can be a little overwhelming trying to figure out how to care for it. With the right information though, it's easy to keep your tree healthy and looking great! In this post, we'll go over everything you need to know about taking care of your Money Tree.

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12. Croton

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The ultimate guide for Croton plant care

Crotons are beautiful plants with the wildest leaves you'll have in your house. The colors and shapes of the leaves are very different from any other plant you might have seen. They're great plants for beginners and for those that tend to overwater their plants.

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13. Alocasia Polly

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The ultimate guide for Alocasia Polly plant care

In this ultimate guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to be able to care for your Alocasia Polly. Using these tips and tricks will help you to keep your Alocasia Polly happy and help it thrive. The Alocasia Polly really is a beautiful plant that makes a statement in any room.

Read more about taking care of an Alocasia Polly

14. Asparagus Fern

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The ultimate guide to taking care of an Asparagus Fern

The Asparagus Fern isn't actually part of the fern family, which makes taking care of one different from most other ferns. Most ferns don't like direct sunlight, but the Asparagus fern thrives in this kind of environment. The unusual textures of this plant makes it stand out in any room in your house and is a great plant for brighter spots in your house.

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15. Boston Fern

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The ultimate plant care guide for your Boston Fern

The Boston fern is one of the most recognizable ferns. It loves moisture and humid environments, which makes it a great plant for your bathroom. The great textures of the leaves help to add something to any room you place it in and even helps your fern to stand out against your other houseplants.

Read more about taking care of a Boston Fern

16. Ficus Lyrata

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The ultimate guide for taking care of a Ficus Lyrata

The Ficus Lyrata is a large houseplant that looks incredible in every room. The large green leaves make this plant stand out in any place and have very unusual shapes. The stem is thick and has bark like a real tree, so this plant will make your house into a jungle instantly.

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17. Philodendron Minima

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Philodendron Minima

The Philodendron Minima is Monstera lookalike that climbs like a Golden Pothos. It's a fast-growing plant that will make any living space turn into a true indoor jungle. Luckily, it's easy to take care of and doesn't require any special care if you already know how to take care of a Monstera.

Read more about taking care of a Philodendron Minima

19. Ficus Ginseng

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Ficus Ginseng

If you're new to the world of bonsai, the Ficus Ginseng is a great place to start. These small trees are easy to care for and make a big impact in any room. In this ultimate plant care guide, we cover all the basics you need to know when taking care of this fun indoor Bonsai Tree.

Read more about taking care of a Ficus Ginseng

21. Zebra plant (Aphelandra squarrosa)

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Zebra Plant (Aphelandra squarrosa)

Are you the proud owner of a Zebra Plant? If so, you're in for a treat! In this guide, we'll teach you everything you need to know about how to care for your Zebra Plant. From watering tips to fertilizer requirements, we've got you covered. So read on and get ready to take your plant care game up a notch!

Read more about taking care of a Zebra plant (Aphelandra squarrosa)

22. Ficus Benjamina

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Ficus Benjamina

Taking care of a Ficus Benjamina (also known as a Weeping fig) can be rewarding and fun! With the right tips, you can keep your tree healthy and looking its best. One important part of caring for your tree is watching out for pests that may try to damage it. Thankfully, there are some simple steps you can take to protect your tree from common pests like spider mites, mealybugs, scale insects, and aphids.

Read more about taking care of a Ficus Benjamina

23. Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)

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The ultimate guide to taking care of a Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)

Taking care of a Cast Iron Plant is easy! Make sure it gets enough light and humidity, give it regular water, and mist it every now and then. That way, your plant can live for up to 50 years and be healthy and strong!

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24. Caladium Praetermissum (Hilo Beauty)

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The ultimate plant care guide for taking care of a Caladium Hilo Beauty

Are you looking for the perfect houseplant to add some life and color to your home? Look no further than the Caladium Hilo Beauty! This beautiful tropical plant is fast-growing, easy to care for, and can thrive in a variety of environments. But just like any other houseplant, it needs proper care and attention in order to survive. In this ultimate plant care guide, we'll be discussing everything from watering requirements to propagation methods so that you can keep your Hilo Beauty healthy and happy all year round. So let's get started on learning how to take care of this amazing tropical plant!

Read more about taking care of a Caladium Hilo Beauty

25. Euphorbia pulcherrima (Poinsettia)

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The ultimate plant care guide for the Euphorbia pulcherrima (Poinsettia)

Are you looking to take care of a Euphorbia pulcherrima, also known as the Poinsettia? This guide will help you understand the key aspects of proper care for a Euphorbia pulcherrima. The Poinsettia is a beautiful plant consisting of bright red or yellow flower bracts, which are modified leaves that give it its characteristic shape and vibrant color. Despite its delicate appearance, it’s actually quite easy to care for and maintain.

Read more about taking care of Euphorbia pulcherrima (Poinsettia)

I hope you've discovered a new plant that's perfect for you and your living space! If you're still looking for more plants, why not discover plants in other categories as well?