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Why try Island Tropical Foliage?

Here are a few reasons: We have an experienced staff that cares. This means you get timely answers, quotes done quickly and photos sent promptly. If you are in the Caribbean and need a supplier, look no further, we offer competitive pricing, quality plant material and efficient loading. We can also supply you with chemicals, fertilizers, growing mediums, bagged rock and the list goes on. So think no more and let our export team help you with your next project. We would like to earn your business!

Current December Availability

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Island Tropical Foliage

We are a 30 acre nursery located in Homestead, Florida. We work with a wide variety of customers in the U.S. and Caribbean, providing wholesale plants, trees, and nursery supplies to retail garden centers, landscapers and landscape architects, home builders, commercial and residential builders, developers, hotels and resorts, and plant brokers. We’ve built a reputation for high quality and excellent customer service. Thank you for visiting our website! We warmly welcome you, and hope you’ll contact us with any questions you may have, or to request a quote for your next order.

Featured plants for December 2018: Alocasia Regal Shield, Horsetail Reed, Pineland Croton.

Alocasia Regal Shield is a tropical plant that can be use for landscape, container or indoors. It has a dark almost black leaves with a burgundy underneath and can grow from 1'-3' feet tall. It likes heavy water and prefers moist soil. Equisetum hyemale or Horsetail Reed is cultivated as an ornamental plant, for use in contained garden beds and planters, and in pots. It is a popular "icon plant" in contemporary Modernist and Asian style garden design. Its tight verticality fits into narrow planting spaces between walkways and walls, and on small balconies. It is also used as an accent plant in garden ponds and ornamental pools, and other landscape water features, planted in submerged pots. Pineland Croton is a small shrub with dark green silvery leaves. Primarily recommended for natural landscapes and habitat restorations, also butterfly gardens. Its native to Florida, typically can grow 1-3 feet in height. It requires low nutritional requirements and it can grow in soils poor in nutrients. It’s a high drought tolerant that does not require additional water once is established.

We look forward to serving you. Please give us a call or email us with your needs and thank you for visiting our website.