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A pineapple jam made in Tenerife. It is made of pineapples grown in the Canary Islands, sugar, carob flour and citric acid. No preservatives and artificial colours. jams are produced on a small scale here on the island of Tenerife.
This shrub is both an ornamental plant and a nutritious vegetable, often called Aibika. It was domesticated in South Asia and spread to Papua and the Pacific islands. This smooth cultivar, with wide palmate leaves, is a superior strain from Melanesia.
Large bromeliad, with vertical swollen rosettes and curly leaftips. It is suitable for non-tropical climates as it can take light frosts. Albobracteata is the white-flowered variety, which has silvery leaves too. Long-lasting inflorescences will keep the show for 5-6 months.
Papaya and Orange is the perfect mix, because they citrusy flavour is just what the papaya needs. The mix of this two fruits is very popular in fresh fruit juices in our archipelago, but also this jam is very appreciated! Palmelita jams are produced on a small scale here on the island of Tenerife.
Frost-resistant hybrid, developed for non-tropical growers. It is descendant of the frost hardy Aechmea distichantha, crossed with Aechmea phanerophlebia. 'Rambo' builds a swollen monster rosette, of lime-green leaves armed with black spines. The pink inflorescence comes up from the top of the closed rosette.
This is the supreme clone selected from wild plants, released some years ago from Bullis Bromeliads, in the USA. Leaves are wider and the center of the rosette turns bright purple when blooming. It withstands light frost.
NEW!- Branched, Cont.= 8,5 cm. Mexican succulent with blue waxy leaves and pink flowers. It grows wild on cliffs or on tree branches in Hidalgo, at about 1200 m. Stems creep to 50-70 in lenght. It takes light dry frosts and tested ok at -4 C in the U.K.
Mid-sized plant with yellow flowers. Native to a small area of coastal forest in cooler So.Brazil, it is a tough sun-loving plant that grows well in open and exposed sites. Use in trees or stumps as an epiphyte or on rocks.
30-40 cm wide. This is a form with green long leaves, originating from Ethiopia or Eritrea. There are some similar plants in Somalia with shorter grayer leaves. Fan-shaped succulent with distichously arrangedthick leaves, of a bright blue-green. Slow growing and still very uncommon in the trade.
Stiff, glossy leaves, with golden margins. It is a variegated selection, traditionally planted in gardens of the Canary Islands. This elegant plant usually grows an aerial trunk of 0,5-2 m and then produces an incredibly tall inflorescence.