Buy tropical indoor plants
Our tropical and exotic house plants originate from (sub)tropical environments. This can be a rainforest, but also a tropical area in South Africa or Southeast Asia. What all tropical plants have in common is that they grow up in areas with high humidity.
Taking care of tropical indoor plants
Since all exotic house plants are naturally used to high air humidity, they like to be regularly sprayed with a plant sprayer. By spraying you can increase the air humidity. It's also possible to increase humidity by placing a few tropical plants together. Tropical indoor plants are also perfectly suited as bathroom plants.
When you think of tropical areas, you often think of lots of direct sunlight. But this is not always exactly true! Besides sun lovers, there are also tropical plants which prefer to be in a spot with partial shade. This is because in nature, some plants grow under large trees and plants. As a result, they are used to partial shade. Plants with a preference for partial shade can even burn their leaves if they receive too much direct sunlight. Therefore, always inform yourself well about the specific plant species!
Top 10 tropical and exotic indoor plants
To make it easier for you, we have listed our favourite tropical indoor plants.