These 8 Tropical Flowers Grow Indoors Better!

These Tropical Flowers Grow Indoors Better if you meet their needs with enough sunlight and moisture balance!

Flaunt your green thumb with these indoor flowering tropical plants, as they not only have an exotic appearance but thrive pretty easily, even in a not-so-tropical climate! Just remember to provide them with enough warmth in the colder months!

Indoor Flowering Tropical Plants

1. Passionflower

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Botanical Name: Passiflora

Ever thought of growing a bit of the Amazon in your sunroom? Passionflower vines, with their colorful flowers, will do just that. They love climbing, so give them proper support with plenty of light, and they’ll reward you with their stunning blooms

2. Flowering Maple

Indoor Flowering Tropical Plants- flowering maple

Botanical Name: Abutilon

This isn’t your typical maple but a South American native that brings those year-round, hibiscus-like flowers indoors. It’s pretty adaptable, loving the same bright, indirect light that a typical household has with a bit of dry spell between waterings.

3. Bromeliads

Indoor Flowering Tropical Plants- bromeliad

Botanical Name: Bromeliads spp.

Bromeliads are like a piece of the Florida Keys right in your living room. Their colorful petals don’t need much fuss—indirect light and a bit of well-draining soil, and they’re happy.

4. Lipstick Plant

 indoor flowering lipstick plant

Botanical Name: Aeschynanthus radicans

The Lipstick Plant can amp up the shadiest corners of your house. With its tube-like red blooms dangling from trailing vines, it’s perfect for a hanging basket. Plus, it’s a real conversation starter for those with some dark humor!

5. Moth Orchids

Indoor Flowering moth orchids Tropical Plants

Botanical Name: Phalaenopsis spp.

Moth Orchids are like the supermodels of the plant world—stunning, surprisingly low-maintenance, and sometimes, come in unique shapes, too. They prefer indirect light that comes through most windows but are a bit fussy with the medium. A blend of tree bark and moss works better than the regular potting mix.

6. Bird of Paradise

Botanical Name: Strelitzia

The Bird of Paradise is like a living piece of art with its large, exotic flowers. It thrives in bright light, ideal for those with sunny spots in their homes. In fact, you might mistake it for a couple of tropical birds perching on the stems at first glance. Here are some more bird-like flowers to amaze you!

7. Hibiscus

Tropical Flowers

Botanical Name: Hibiscus spp.

This classic symbol of the tropics isn’t as tricky to grow indoors as you’d think. They love the sun, so place it on your southern windowsill or the open balcony.

8. Lobster Claws

Botanical Name: Heliconia

The Loster Claws stands by its name with its vibrant, claw-like flowers that bloom beautifully under bright, indirect sunlight. Also, it prefers a slightly moist medium but definitely not soggy.

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