Tropical Canopy Plants?

Answer The canopy layer of tropical rainforests is the second-highest layer in the makeup of a rainforest. Canopy plants are just below the overstory and leaf out at heights of 75 to 125 feet, shading out... Read More »

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Plants in a Rainforest Canopy?

Rainforest canopies are some of the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet. Complex biological webs of trees, plants and animals have evolved over millennia to thrive in the particular climactic ... Read More »

Tropical Air Plants?

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 »

Tropical Green Plants?

According to the botanical preservationists at the National Tropical Botanical Garden, 90 percent of plant and animal species exist in the tropics. The abundant sun and rain of tropical climates al... Read More »

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 »