Multiple examples of tropical flora that is adapted to a hot, steamy environment, including vines climbing on structures, in pots on tables and the floor, and hanging from hooks attached to high bars. Multiple examples of tropical flora that is adapted to a hot, steamy environment, including vines climbing on structures, in pots on tables and the floor, and hanging from hooks attached to high bars. Click an arrow to see more slides.
Brian Grubb holding a small round red plant while smiling Brian Grubb holding a small round red plant while smiling
A single pink flower with a yellow center. A single pink flower with a yellow center.
Close up of four red flowers with yellow and orange centers. Close up of four red flowers with yellow and orange centers.
2 white flowers with hanging flowers coming off 2 white flowers with hanging flowers coming off
2 hanging cone shaped leaves with red around the top of the rims 2 hanging cone shaped leaves with red around the top of the rims

Tropical Room

The Tropical Room houses plants that are native to regions of the world that have warm, humid, and relatively uniform climates with frequent rains. These regions are Central America, Northern South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Northern Australia, and various tropical islands.