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Top Tropicals offers the most spectacular tropical plants grown in cultivation. We search all over the world for unusual and special plants. Hundreds of exotic fruit trees, flowering and fragrant plants available from our online store can be shipped nationwide to you, your friends, family, business associates - anyone, anytime!

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We provide plant information, photos, education, plant clinic. Our unique catalog containing plants and photos (as of helps you to learn more about plants and their names.

Most of our plants are tropical, suitable for USDA temperature zones 10-11. In colder climate you can grow them indoors. Check out our Tropical Treasures Magazine to learn how.

Make the World a better place — one plant at a time!

Annona squamosa, Sugar Apple
Annona squamosa
Sugar Apple

Magnolia (Michelia) Alba, White Champak
Magnolia (Michelia) Alba
White Champak

Magnolia (Michelia) champaca, Joy Perfume Tree
Magnolia (Michelia) champaca
Joy Perfume Tree

Delonix regia, Royal Poinciana
Delonix regia
Royal Poinciana
Cestrum nocturnum, Night Blooming Jasmine
Cestrum nocturnum
Night Blooming Jasmine
Annona muricata, Soursop
Annona muricata

These all-time favorite plants are always in high demand. Suitable for both in-ground and container cultire, they are a must for every tropical garden collection. Click on the links to learn more about them. See all time favorites
FEATURED PLANT: Blighia sapida (Akee)
Size: 3 gal pot
Availability: 5 plant(s) in stock
Price: $39.95
Akee - Blighia sapida. National Fruit of Jamaica, this small tree has a short trunk and a dense crown of evergreen leaves. The blooms of fragrant flowers are followed by a bright red, pear-shaped fruit, which will split open naturally to reveal shiny black seeds surrounded by a soft, spongy white, edible flesh called an arilli. The arils are exceptionally delicious after being parboiled and lightly fried in butter, as traditionally prepared in Jamaica and conventionally paired with saltfish. Does well in poor soil, limestone and sand; hardy to light frost.
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The 21th issue of Tropical Treasures Magazine: the only magazine about growing tropicals in non-tropical climate, as well as in tropics. Priceless information on tropical plants cultivation, their use, history and legends. Do-It-Yourself projects, zone pushing, plant clinic and science, growing indoors and in conrtainers, and more. Lots of beautiful pictures!
See this issue contents
  • The King of Spices: black pepper.
  • Growing Black pepper.
  • Getaway
  • Top Tropicals guide to late-season plants (Fall through Early Spring) in SOUTH Florida
  • Transplanting plants from pots into ground and from ground into pots.
  • Cold protection tips.
  • Looking at the Green.

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Top Tropicals guide to late-season plants (Fall through Early Spring) in SW Florida (PDF)
Late season flowering and fruiting plants: list of fall-winter flowering trees, shrubs, vines, and late season fruit that you can enjoy during Fall-Winter season. Includes list of late season mango varieties.

Top Tropicals guide to tropical fruit trees and their cold hardiness in SW Florida (PDF)
Rare fruit trees for South/SW Florida home gardens: cold hardiness for tropical and subtropical fruit trees

Very cold hardy avocado varieties (PDF)
Cold hardy avocado - list of varieties and growing instructions

Visit our Retail Garden Center in Ft Myers, Florida to see plants and get free consulations; we can install and deliver!
TopTropicals Garden Center and Nursery. Phone: 239-689-5745 Directions and more information

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