Sites selling tropical plants

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Colocasia and other tropical foliage; experts advise starting

Colocasia and other tropical foliage; experts advise starting small, with plants in pots. Photo Credit: Landcraft Environments

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Jessica Damiano Jessica Damiano, Newsday columnist

Jessica Damiano is a master gardener and journalist with more than 20 years experience in radio, television, print

Many of the leading garden catalogs now carry some tropicals, and more and more local nurseries are doing so as well. Elephant ears and many of the more common exotic plants are widely available locally. Some lesser-known ones are, too, so it's definitely worth checking with your local retailer first.

For hard-to-find showstoppers, these websites deliver:

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Logee's Plants for Home and Garden (logees.com 888-330-8038)

Almost Eden (almost edenplants.com 337-375-2114)

Plant Delights Nursery (plantdelights.com 919-772-4794)

California Carnivores (californiacarnivores.com 707-824-0433)

Longfield Gardens (longfield-gardens.com 855-534-2733)

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