The suffix “Hawaiian” in these plants’ names is due to their origination. Each one mentioned in this list offers a unique texture for that beachy vibe!
Botanical Name: Schefflera arboricola
The unique shape of its leaves will surely remind you of the tropics! As long as it gets the right care and light exposure, it can grow as lush as you see in the picture above!
Botanical Name: Strelitzia reginae
Its foliage looks a lot like banana but the flowers are the main highlight, which look like a bird in flight! The plant thrives well in indirect light.
Botanical Name: Alpinia purpurata
It is a tropical plant recognizable for its vibrant red bracts that look like lit torches, earning it the nickname – torch ginger!
Introduced to the islands during the 19th century, these orchids are popular indoor plants with beautiful flowers. They are known for their longevity and can bloom for several weeks.
Botanical Name: Gardenia brighamii
Gardenias can be challenging to grow indoors, but they’re worth it! Just ensure they gets plenty of sunlight and humidity and watch them bloom profusely!
Botanical Name: Anthurium andraeanum
Anthurium has glossy leaves and unique bracts that will remind you of the Hawaiian aura! These plants do best in indirect light all day long.
Botanical Name: Cordyline fruticosa
It is native to Southeast Asia but is popular in Hawaiian gardens, too. The plant’s lovely colors – from lush green to bright red-pink, can make any room come alive!
Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum
Although not native to Hawaii, Peace Lily is common there. With its glossy leaves and white flowers, it’s a plant you can’t miss growing indoors!
Botanical Name: Chlorophytum comosum
The Hawaiian Spider Plant is renowned for its air-purifying qualities andRead more on balconygardenweb.com