April 16, 2021


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Professional Landscaper Tips To Bring A Tropical Vibe Indoors

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The winter blues are real and often people who live in cold weather climates want to bring a bit of summer into their home during these dreary months. There are several things you can do around your home that will give it a tropical ambiance all year round.


Create A Tropical Vibe By Including:

  • Diffuse tropical scents
  • Incorporate pops of color that are common in warmer climates
  • Add tropical plants to your home


These three tricks will make your home feel like your favorite vacation spot. You can easily achieve a summer vibe in every room of your home. No matter what style you have a few shades of sand, coral or turquoise will remind you of beaches and warm water. Diffuse some essential oils to help purify the winter air in your home and add a tropical scent or burn a few tropical scented candles. Incorporating plants from Manuel Diaz Farms Inc. is one of the best ways to bring a bit of summer into your space. Plants will naturally purify the air and give you a fun hobby over the boring winter months.


Homeowners do not have to be avid gardeners to keep some tropical plants in their homes. Anyone who has visited a local greenhouse has probably seen the Cordyline. These plants are commonly found in Hawaii and are very low maintenance. They have spear shaped leaves that come in vibrant shades of purple, yellow, green and red. Cordylines are unique because they can be grown outside on patios in pots or inside. This is a plant that any homeowner can easily move from indoors to outdoors as the seasons change.


If you enjoy a summer vibe but not a strictly island vibe, then you may enjoy incorporating a palm into your home. Palms are another fantastic plant that can be relocated from indoors to outdoors. The palm does have a few stricter care requirements than the cordyline. Palms must be maintained in sunny and humid areas. A palm would do best in the warmest room of the home that receives the most sun. Palms typically remind people of California, Florida, Arizona and other coastal regions.


When you are creating a tropical plant collection that can be moved from indoors to outdoors make sure you incorporate birds of paradise into this collection. These flowers are known for their heartiness and ability to do exceptionally well in pots. These are extremely popular patio plants and do well indoors in a window. The birds of paradise flowers are crane-line and orange. This feature makes them appear similar to a bird and the height they offer gives them complexity and dimension in any landscape design.


When purchasing these flowers there are a few things you will want to be aware of. Make sure you visit a reputable greenhouse or speak with a professional landscape company. Manuel Diaz Farms Inc. will be able to answer any questions about these plants and the proper care instructions to keep them thriving. Tropical plants require a different type of soil blend to keep them healthy and thriving. You will also need the appropriate sized pot to accommodate root growth. Pay attention to what the gardening experts recommend as the ideal temperature or time of year to move your indoor plants outside. If you relocate your plants too soon, they may die. Establishing an indoor tropical vibe with plants is simple and brings fresh air and a tropical vibe directly into your home during the cold winter months.