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This is a non-hybrid, almost-spineless selection of this well known beautiful bromeliad. Aechmea fasciata is native to the cool forests in Rio de Janeiro, where it grows between 500 and 1200 m of altitude. It can be grown in pots or mounted.
Wow! "Qué será", Whatever will be will be, is a supershowy, fiercely spined bromeliad suitable for non-tropical climates. Its leaves have cream-yellow stripes on dark green with pink hues. It is not too large and eventually produces a spectacular red inflorescence. It is remarkably hardy to light frosts.
Pink flowered form of an easy, creeping species, often used as a ground cover. It has beautiful glaucous leaves, triangular in section. Abundant bright flowers in winter, spectacular. It grows wild in the Ceres Karoo in a winter rainfall area. Protect from heavy frost .
Large feather-leaved palm with a spectacular red new leaf, which stays red for up to 10 days. It is native to the forests of New Caledonia, where it occurs from sea level to over 1.000 m. Chambeyronia tolerates cool and wet conditions and light frosts. It thrives outdoors in Mediterranean conditions. It can also be grown indoors as a house plant but it...