These were my fav it Hawaii!!Houseplants: This bromeliad (Tillandsia cyanea) is native to Ecuador, growing on tree trunks. Grow in free-draining but moist compost, away from direct sunlight. Read about other exotic house plants here http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/plants/10-exotic-house-plants/3482.html
Houseplants: the toothpick cactus (Stetsonia coryne) is the only species in it's genus. Takes on an interesting branching form after some time. Photo by Sarah Cuttle. Read more about house plants here http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/plants/10-exotic-house-plants/3482.html
While this showy shrub survives in low light levels, its foliage shows the best color in bright spots. Name: Codiaeum variegatum pictum Growing Conditions: Bright light; 60-75 degrees F.; allow the soil surface to dry between waterings Size: To 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide Note: This plant is poisonous and can make children or pets sick if they chew on it or eat it.
House plants: Guzmania ('Tempo'). Like all bromeliads, guzmania require a porous potting medium to avoid root rot. Use rainwater or distilled water to keep the central tank topped up. Photo by Jason Ingram. Read more about house plants here http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/plants/10-exotic-house-plants/3482.html
'Japanese Bird's Nest Fern' Root Orb - Easy to Grow, Exotic House Plant