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Evergreen shrub or small tree, with glossy ornamental foliage and wide pink flowers. Its fruits are the source of a popular food colouring and flavouring, but also used for body painting and lipstick. It can grow in large pots.
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.
A close relative of papaya, this exciting plant was domesticated in the Andes at high elevation, where frost is common. Good tasting fruits! A must for tropical fruit lovers living in colder climates.
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.
Soursop, Guanabana or Graviola is a very large fruit, popular in in Tropical American countries. It is a small to medium sized tree. The delicious green fruits contain a white flesh, juicy and aromatic, with a slightly acidic flavour. It is also used medicinally.