Growing tropical plants - also known as houseplants - indoors is fun and enjoyable plus many of them clean the indoor of pollutants.
It is easy to grow exotic looking plants that produce tropical fruit and colorful flowers in a pot in your living room or office.
Many of these plants are easy to start from seed and I share with you five plants that I recommend for indoor growing.
I also share with you why growing your own tropical fruit saves money.
In this video you will learn:
- How to bring tropical plants indoors at the end of summer
- How to grow tropical plants indoors
- How to protect and overwinter tropical plants outdoors in cold climates
- How to propagate tropical plants
- How to water tropcial plants
- How to grow topical plants in a greenhouse
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Sheri Ann Richerson
Sheri Ann Richerson
About the instructor
Renaissance Homesteader and Proclaimed Plant Geek, Sheri Ann Richerson can tell you everything there is to know about organic gardening, being self-sufficient and raising tropical plants from seed in a temperate environment.
Sheri Ann Richerson is a leading pioneer in the self-sufficiency movement. For the past 19 years she has been living, teaching, and promoting organic gardening, natural health and self-sufficiency through all forms of media. Her career includes years as a nationally acclaimed best-selling author, radio host and guest on a variety of shows – showcasing her expertise on homesteading and gardening. Additionally, Ms. Richerson is a speaker, columnist and a blogger for hundreds of websites, magazines and newspapers.
Ms. Richerson has been featured in The New York Times, Woman’s World Magazine and Ladies’ Home Journal. Her by-lined articles can be found at idiotsguides.com, Learn2Grow.com, Suite101.com, SFGate.com, eHow.com, GardenGuides.com and dozens of other sites.
Ms. Richerson has contributed to a wide range of anthologies as well. Her writing credits include contributions to “Our Food Heritage, Past, Present, Future, Baking Bread Together, Helps to Keep the Family Together” – 2007; “Llewellyn Herbal Almanac” – 2006, 2005 and 2003; “Llewellyn Magical Almanac” – 2006, 2005, 2004 and 2003; “All Things Chocolate” – 2005; “Llewellyn Witches Spell-A-Day” – 2003; “Llewellyn Moon Sign Book” – 2002.
Ms. Richerson’s best-selling books include:
•The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Year-Round Gardening a #1 best seller.
•The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Seed Saving & Starting a #1 best seller.
•Flower Gardening: A Collection Of Articles By Sheri Ann Richerson a #1 best seller.
•Growing Plants In What You Have a #1 best seller.
•101 Self-Sufficiency Gardening Tips a #1 best seller.
•101 Secret Gardening Tips a #1 best seller.
•The Allure Of Chocolate a #1 best seller.
•Growing And Harvesting Edible Plants: A Collection Of Articles By Sheri Ann Richerson a #1 best seller.
•An Herbal Meal For The One You Love a #1 best seller.
• Houseplants, Cacti And Tropical Plants: A Collection Of Articles By Sheri Ann Richerson a #1 best seller.
•Herbs For Rock Gardens & Ground Covers a #1 best seller.
•Magical Gardens a #1 best seller.
•Herbal Hydroponics a #1 best seller.
•Medicinal Astrology a #1 best seller
•Wishing Herbs a #1 best seller.
•101 Organic Gardening Tips a #1 best seller.
•Scented Gardens: A Collection Of Articles a #1 best-seller.
•101 English Garden Tips a #1 best seller.
•From Seed To Harvest a #1 best seller.
•101 Beginning Gardening Tips a #1 best seller.
•Fire Magic a #1 best seller.
•Legend Of Fire a #2 best seller.
•Healing Properties Of Water a #2 best seller.
•The Monkey Man Of India: A Figment Of Imagination Or A Fact? a #2 best seller.
•Ghosts Of Key West a #2 best seller.
•Natural Health And Wellness: A Collection Of Articles By Sheri Ann Richerson a #3 best seller.
•Wedding Superstitions a #4 best seller.
•Urban Legends a #14 best seller.
•Fairy Dance a #15 best seller.
•Jervacia’s Last Stand a #19 best seller.
•Darkness a #28 best seller.
•Dark Abyss a #34 best seller.
Her farm, Exotic Gardening Farms, is a certified wildlife habitat. She is a Global Warming Ambassador for the National Wildlife Federation and a Region III Representative for the Plant-A-Row for the Hungry program.
Her diverse range of writing and speaking has included an eclectic mix of articles on current events, herbs, aromatherapy, tropical plants as well as various pieces on Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Ms. Richerson has given numerous talks on a wide variety of subjects including chocolate, night blooming plants, seed starting, herbs and global warming. Her specialty topic is Theobroma cacao commonly known as chocolate. Ms. Richerson attended Ball State University and Huntington University, where she majored in communications and minored in theatrical arts. Sheri lives in Marion, Indiana. For more information, please visit her writing website at SheriAnnRicherson.com, her gardening and homesteading website at https://experimentalhomesteader.com or subscribe to the Experimental Homesteader podcasts on iTunes.