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 Tropical Air Plants?

Answer Air plants grow directly on other plants and rocks without any soil, but they are not parasitic. They get all their nutrients from leaf debris and bird droppings that land in their root systems. Th... Read More »
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Panama's Tropical Plants?

Panama is a botanist's wonderland. The country is home to over 10,000 species of vascular plants; of those, over a thousand are native Panamanians. As Panama is snuggled up to the equator, its nati... Read More »
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Tropical Dry Forest Plants?

Tropical dry forests have a diverse array of locations and species. Tropical dry forests are similar to desert climes, but they receive just enough rain to support life. There are many plant charac... Read More »
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Tropical Succulent Plants?

A succulent plant adapts to dry climate and soil by storing water in its leaves, stems and roots. These plants, which are also referred to as "fat plants," often grow in tropical environments and h... Read More »
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Zone 8 Tropical Plants?

Although the winters in U.S. Department of Agriculture Hardiness Zone 8 are mild compared to other parts of North America, subfreezing temperatures are expected. The average minimum winter temperat... Read More »
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