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It is the largest of all neoregelias and also one of the cold-hardiest. Astonishing colourful rosettes with wide leaves, 50-90 cm in diameter... or more! Wide, light green leaves with showy pink/purple banding. Give morning sun or light-shade. To be precise, this wild form of Neoregelia johannis belong to the clone named Fairchild.
Aquatic aroid from Madagascar and E Africa. It is a magnificent ornamental plant for tropical and subtropical ponds. It is very easy to grow. People in colder countries can overwintered it in a bucket, but it can also be kept in a large bucket for years.
Rose-apple bears incredibly aromatic fruits, scented "as a rose". It is a small tree native to tropical Asia. It fruit outdoors in coastal mediterranean climates. It can also be potted, pruned back and protected in winter and will grow back and fruit in a short time.
Shrub or small tree with edible sweet, aromatic purple fruits. It is very easy to grow, hardy to drought, wind and moderate cold. It thrives outdoors on the Mediterranean coast and can be pruned as a hedge or kept as a small shrub.
This popular flowering perennial is called in English fringed iris or crested iris. It usually has blue flowers with blue and orange marings, but this is a less common blue form, with magnificent throats speckled in blue, white, yellow and orange. It is a perfect choice for those shady spots of the garden where little else would flower.
Small sized, cool-growing heliconia, from mid-elevations in Central America. It makes a neat shrub of compact erect stemps, up to 1-1,5 tall with olive-green leaves and bright yellow inflorescence. It is a favorite ornamental for conservatories, for its small and neat shape and not demanding heat.
Too beautiful to be true: this blue leaved plant is spineless and loaded with exotic purple spots. It is an excellent natural hybrid between intergeneric hybrid between Manfreda variegata and Agave celsii. Potted plants will stay below 1 m in diameter but field-grown plants can attain almost 2 m ! It is really hardy to frost: it stood -13 C in North...
This is a wild-collected clone of an uncommon frost-hardy bromeliad, which is suitable to temperate to cool-tropical conditions. It has beautiful arching silvery leaves, finely toothed and forms tight clumps , bearing delicate flowers with showy pink bracts.