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Tropical Plants

Immerse yourself in Boma's world of houseplants with foliage plants that add vibrant shades of green, explore the wilderness with exotic jungle plants, delight in the stunning patterns of variegated plants, and add dimension with climbing plants for an elevated aesthetic.

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About Tropical Plants

Creating your own tropical paradise at home is a growing trend that invites the lush beauty of the rainforest indoors. With Boma's exceptional collection of tropical houseplants, one of the most impressive in North London, you can transform your living space into a vibrant jungle. Incorporating foliage plants, jungle plants, variegated plants, and climbing plants can add life, colour, and texture to your home.

Planning for tropical plants at home requires a little forethought. With their exotic appeal, these beautiful houseplants often need specific care to flourish. The team of expert indoor plant horticulturists at Boma is available to provide advice and help you curate a collection of plants that not only match your aesthetic preferences but are also suitable for the environmental conditions of your home.

Light conditions play a significant role in the health and growth of tropical plants. Many tropical houseplants are native to forest understories and are adapted to lower light levels. However, certain plants, like variegated plants, may require brighter indirect light to maintain their colour. Careful placement in your home can ensure your plants receive the appropriate amount of light.

Humidity is another crucial factor in maintaining a thriving tropical indoor garden. Tropical plants originate from humid environments and usually appreciate higher humidity levels than the average home provides. Using a humidifier, misting plants, or placing them on a tray of watered pebbles can help replicate the moist air of a tropical environment.

Plant care extends beyond light and humidity. Understanding your plant's watering needs, temperature preferences, and potential pest issues is vital for its well-being. Most tropical plants prefer their soil to dry out slightly between watering, and while they can tolerate a range of temperatures, they generally prefer warmth. Regularly checking your plants for signs of pests and diseases can prevent minor issues from escalating.

Boma's indoor plant horticulturists help you select your plants and are available for ongoing advice and support. Whether you have concerns about yellowing leaves on your Cheese Plant or are unsure about the watering schedule for your climbing plants, their team is ready to assist.

Indoor gardening with tropical plants can be a rewarding endeavour, with the potential to transform your living space into a vibrant indoor jungle. To begin, you don't need to be a seasoned gardener - with the support and advice from Boma's horticulturists; anyone can cultivate a stunning indoor garden. So why not add a touch of the tropics to your home with the beautiful variety of houseplants available at Boma?