If you are lucky enough to have a green space in your home, and you are thinking of designing your own garden , in this article you will find the keys to creating your own garden of tropical plants.

The most important question is to take into account the climate of the area in which you live, think that some species will be very difficult to adapt if they do not have the ideal climate for them to develop without problems.

Some of the most recommended species that you can grow are hibiscus, ferns, bamboo or Kalanchoe. These species are capable of withstanding high temperatures and high levels of humidity.

Decorate your tropical plant garden with bamboo

A highly recommended alternative for the design of the garden of tropical plants is the use of bamboo . The shape and colors of this plant can take us to places like the beach and can help us to contrast with other plants, in addition the swaying of the wind on the bamboo can give us a feeling of peace and relaxation in the comfort of our own home and in the harmony of our tropical garden .

Add hibiscus to your tropical garden

 

The hibiscus is present in the area of ​​the Pacific islands and also in the Caribbean. Due to the different shapes and colors that this wonderful plant presents for any garden, in the case of wanting to create a tropical environment, the diversity of colors in hibiscus flowers can help you create an atmosphere as if your garden were in paradise because the size of the flowers can bring out the natural beauty of the green that other plants have.

The hibiscus is a plant that can be taken care of very easily and you can also grow it in the garden directly.

The fern gives a humid air to the garden

 

The fern helps give your home an atmosphere of tropical humidity. They also help to decorate small spaces where we lack vegetation and create a great vegetal contrast, it is also another of the indoor plants that help purify the air.

What do you need to have a garden of tropical plants?

When getting down to work to cultivate, you should take these steps into account

  1. You will need fertile soil that has an optimal level of humidity.
  2. In the summer months it is recommended that you place these species outside, so that they can receive direct sunlight and heat.
  3. In the colder months you should protect your tropical plants by sheltering them indoors , near warm or heated places, in order to protect them from frost. If you live in a place where cold temperatures prevail, you will need a greenhouse so that they can develop as they are.
  4. You will need to have a good compost soil so that the plants can grow stronger and faster.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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