Central American plants Planting Guide & Tips

Non-Native Plants

Looking to brighten up your garden with Central American plants? Take a look at our garden guide for sunlight, soil and pruning tips on Central American plants. Best suited to a fertile coastal climate, our collection features a range of plants ideal for this environment including the Coco Plum, Dwarf Bacopa, Bishop of Dahlia and many more Central American plants.

    Central American plants

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    Plumeria obtusa

    Evergreen Frangipani

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    Mirabilis jalapa

    Four O'Clock Flower

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    Salvia elegans

    Pineapple Sage

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    Roystonea regia

    Royal Palm

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    Erigeron karvinskianus

    Seaside Daisy

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    Cassia fistula

    Golden Shower Tree

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    Sprekelia formosissima

    Jacobean Lily

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    Adiantum capillus-veneris

    Maidenhair Fern

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    Cestrum nocturnum

    Night Scented Jasmine

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    Ipomoea lobata

    Spanish Flag

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    Zapoteca portoricensis

    White Powderpuff Tree

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    Plumeria rubra

    Frangipani

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    Solandra maxima

    Golden Chalice Vine